MEDIA - VIDEO, PHOTOS
REWIRE RELATIONSHIP to EATING:
TEACHING MEDITATION Podcast:
Here is a 3 min CLIP from the hour-long interview Stephanie did for the TEACHING MEDITATION podcast with Tucker Peck. This is the ONLY podcast focused on the process of teaching meditation.
In the longer interview (available on Spotify, Apple, & Google Podcasts), they discussed having started as a female teacher over 20 years ago when there were hardly any - and how to establish one's own practice when one is known as the top protege of a master teacher.
This clip is after he just asked Steph how a teacher would know when they are ready to teach, and how to decide if they should be a teacher. Steph suggested that the process of becoming a teacher was long enough for them to find out through experience if it it's the right fit for them, to examine their motivations to teach, and to just try it and see - and listen to feedback.
Then, in this clip, she delved into another way to get feedback as a teacher - how to know if you're doing a good job - and the satisfaction one gets from teaching.
DHARMA TALK at a RETREAT:
Stephanie was co-teaching a meditation retreat with Shinzen Young
and gave a storytelling dharma talk one evening.
"Cultivating Health, Well-Being, Joy & Compassion While in Solitude"
(VIDEO and AUDIO and TRANSCRIPTS available.)
Stephanie was interviewed on Saturday, April 18 by Awakin.org and she shared how the body can affect the mind, and mindfulness techniques & strategies
to help us optimize our current Covid-19 situation.
INTERVIEW for Non-Profit: "Making Mondays Matter"
Stephanie Nash was asked by a non-profit to be interviewed
for a special 1-minute video that they would offer
on their site to help people on the topic of "breathe."
The Unified Mindfulness System is based on
tuning into the 3 "primary colors" of our sensory
experience - what we See, Hear, and Feel.
A journalist came to a mindfulness retreat:
Steph leading a day-long retreat called "Mindful Presence"
Meditation on Body Sensations & Relaxation
(an oldie but a goodie)
PERFORMANCE about Native American Spirituality
A White Woman on the Red Road
A one-woman show about a true-story Native American Vision Quest - where Stephanie spent 4 days with no food or water, no tent or fire, in total solitude on a mountain - confined to a 6x6 ft. space.
It's a comedy.