Personal Instruction and Practice Guidance with Meditation Teacher Lisa Ernst
For those who wish to receive personal instruction and feedback, private meditation sessions are offered by One Dharma founder and meditation teacher Lisa Ernst.
Lisa a offers one on one classes for new and experienced meditation students. For beginners or those relatively new to meditation, she offers instruction and guidance to ensure skillful, effective meditation practices and support for establishing a daily routine. Lisa also works with more experienced meditators who are committed to the dharma path and wish to deepen or invigorate their practice and remove blocks or errors in meditation.The sessions last about an hour and include meditation, feedback, support and guidance. (If you live outside of the Middle Tennessee area, phone consultations, Skype or Google Hangout sessions are also available.) All sessions are offered on a sliding scale basis, please inquire for general rates. For more information email Lisa at email@example.com. Please note that a cancellation fee is charged for appointments that are canceled less than 24 hours of the meeting time.
For organizations, Lisa offers one hour introductory mindfulness and meditation seminars. Longer classes are available for more in depth training.
Lisa began her meditation practice in the late '80's in the Zen Buddhist tradition, studying closely with two Rinzai Zen Masters and attending numerous mediation retreats. Lisa has also studied and practiced in the Theravada tradition since the late 90’s. In 2005 Lisa was given authorization to teach by Trudy Goodman, founder and guiding teacher of InsightLA. Lisa received full dharma transmission from Trudy in 2010 in the lineage of the Thai Forest tradition of Ajahn Chah. Lisa organizes and leads daylong and residential meditation retreats. She also teaches mindfulness and meditation in universities, non-profits and corporations such as Vanderbilt University and Nissan Corporation.
Lisa recently participated as a panelist in a Huffington Post Live Webcast, "The Power of Mindfulness." To see the webcast, go here.