Florence Meleo-Meyer teaches Insight Dialogue retreats in the US and abroad and is co-developer of the Interpersonal Mindfulness Program (IMP). She has studied in India and the US with meditation masters, S.Muktananda and S.Chidvilasananda since 1976 and has practiced insight meditation for over 20 years. She met and began studying with Gregory Kramer in 2003. Florence has taught meditation for over 35 years and has taught and trained Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction teachers and teacher trainers worldwide. As director of global relations and professional education at the Mindfulness Center in the School of Public Health at Brown University, she shares the transformational value and practice of relational meditation and offers a teacher training for the IMP with Phyllis Hicks. Florence holds degrees in education and psychotherapy and is a licensed family therapist.
July 8 - 11, 2020
In these times of social distancing and sheltering in place the practice of listening deeply and befriending each other and our own experiences is both healing and liberating. Insight Dialogue, an interpersonal meditation practice, brings the Dhamma to life relationally in the body and heart as intuitive wisdom. In the good company of other meditators, we…
August 23 - 28, 2020
Our greatest human joys and sorrows thread through the fabric of our deepest relationships. From our earliest days, survival depends on care from and connection with others. Arising from multiple factors, our relationships offer sustenance and sorrow, disappointment and solace, joy, and vulnerability, and can lead to freedom and love.…