About Monday Night Meditation

Mondays, 6:00 - 7:30 pm ET

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Through practicing mindfulness and meditation we can access our inherent stillness and expansiveness that allow us to hold the dynamic complexities of this precious human experience. Sitting together, we are able to support each other's practice and the personal intentions that inspire us to bring this inner peace  into our awareness so that we can access it in our everyday lives. 

Each week, the teacher will offer a topic for discussion, meditation guidance, and the opportunities to sit together in stillness and talk in break out groups. 

Upcoming Dates


March 4, 11, 18, & 25 with Chas DiCapua

April 1, 8, 15, 22, & 29  with Chas DiCapua




Meet Your Teachers

Chas DiCapua

Chas DiCapua has been practicing Buddhist meditation for almost 30 years. He has trained with Burmese meditation masters, western monastics of the Thai Forest tradition and senior western vipassana teachers. He has spent over two years in silent, intensive retreat. Chas has served as IMS’s Resident Teacher at IMS since 2003. Chas is a graduate of the four year joint Insight Meditation Society / Spirit Rock Teacher Training Program. He teaches retreats at IMS and at various centers and sanghas throughout the country. As a way to address the wide spread suffering that is endemic in many partnered relationships, Chas explores how the dharma can be practiced in relationship, including how the masculine and feminine energies manifest in relationship, in spiritual practice, and in the world.

Rachel Lewis

Rachel Lewis began practicing insight meditation in 2003, while completing her physics PhD at Yale. Since 2011, she has taught dharma and meditation classes and retreats in British Columbia and beyond. She completed the IMS/IRC 4-year teacher training in 2021, and is a guiding teacher of the British Columbia Insight Meditation Society. Her dharma teaching interests include the power of music, humour, and creativity to increase our capacity for learning, as well as the way that practice supports and is supported by social justice work. Learn more on Rachel’s website: rachelmeditates.ca

bruni dávila

bruni dávila has practiced Vipassana and Zen since 1995. A student of Andrea Fella and Gil Fronsdal, she practices and teaches at the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA, and also teaches Dharma in Spanish in the wider Bay Area. She completed the IMS Teacher Training Program in 2021.

FAQ

  • Program Recordings

    This program will be recorded and made available for on-demand viewing after the live sessions. On-demand videos will be available to registered participants only. Some sessions will not be recorded at the teacher’s discretion for reasons of student confidentiality and to create a safe container.

  • Additional Questions

    If you have additional questions please contact us at [email protected].