Jill Hyman has practiced yoga since 1974, Vipassana meditation with ISC since 2000. Her practice is influenced by the Thai Forest tradition (Ajahns Sumedho, Succito, & Amaro), Dzogchen (Tsoknyi Rinpoche & Anam Thubten), the many teachers of Spirit Rock & IMS, and especially Shinzen Young (Vipassana Support Institute). She has served as a volunteer chaplain at Salinas Valley State Prison since 2001, heading the program with Bruce since 2003. She completed the 2 & 1/2 year Spirit Rock Community Dharma Leader Program in January 2008. A member of the Teachers' Council, she offers classes for those new to practice, daylongs and ISC residential retreats.
Jill Hyman has practiced yoga since 1974, Vipassana meditation with ISC since 2000. Her practice is influenced by the Thai Forest tradition (Ajahns Sumedho, Succito, & Amaro), Dzogchen (Tsoknyi...Read more
|Mindfulness of the Mind||Jill Hyman||2017.12.01||54:31||54:31
|Mindfulness of Breathing||Jill Hyman||2017.11.29||42:20||42:20
|You Can Always Make it Worse! (and it's Never too Late)||Jill Hyman||2017.11.29||54:25||54:25
|Instructions: States of Mind||Jill Hyman||2016.12.02||40:21||40:21
|Wise Speech: Inside and Out||Jill Hyman||2016.12.01||55:34||55:34
|My Precious Gems: The Five Hindrances to Mindful Awareness||Jill Hyman||2014.12.03||54:03||54:03