CANCELED- Foundations of Mindful Caregiving Course

May 7, 2017 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Bozeman Dharma Center
1019 E Main St #202
Bozeman, MT 59715

Foundations of Mindful Caregiving Course

Friday evening, May 5th – 6:45 – 9:00 pm
Saturday, May 6th – 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Sunday, May 7th –  9:00 am – 4:30 pm
led by Roy Remer
from the San Francisco Zen Hospice Project

The weekend portion of this offering has been canceled in Bozeman.  However, please join us on Friday, May 5th, for an introductory talk on Mindful Caregiving. This talk by Roy Remer of the Zen Hospice Project (ZHP) is open to the public as an introduction to the ZHP’s approach to caregiving.  This is offered free of charge, but contributions to Roy will be gratefully accepted.  No prior experience or registration is needed.

Caregiving hands image

This “Foundations of Mindful Caregiving” course will be offered in Kalispell, May 11-13, and  offers an immersion into the proven practices for cultivating mindfulness and compassion as tools for supporting caregivers. Expert Roy Remer will share his knowledge in subjects encompassing the fundamentals of compassionate caregiving to help caregivers increase compassion and resiliency in their day-to-day efforts.  These courses are designed to be engaging, comprehensive, and thought provoking.  For more details, click here.

“We believe that dying is both sacred and unknowable,
which allows us to be fully present with each individual.”
About the Teacher, Roy Remer

Roy Remer

Roy Remer has been part of the Zen Hospice Project community since 1997 when he trained to become a volunteer caregiver. Roy served at the Guest House and then Laguna Honda Hospital until July 2010 when he left a career in book publishing to join the  staff. He also served on the board of directors from 2002 until 2008.  Roy lives in the East Bay with his wife, Kristin and their white German Shepherd dog, Quinn. In addition to his end-of-life work, Roy guides earth-based rites of passage programs with EarthWays LLC. He is dedicated to supporting persons through all of life’s major transitions.

More from the Zen Hospice Project Website:

We see caregiving as a significant and deeply human service. 

Our work is grounded in practical expression of the universal spiritual values of compassion and service.  The Zen Hospice  approach reflects a decades-long association with contemplative traditions and  practice.

  • We value  mindful and wholehearted engagement with the present moment and seek to bring this awareness to everything we do.
  • We value the lived experience that dying is both sacred and unknowable, which allows us to be fully present to whatever we meet without preconceptions.
  • We value our interdependence and shared impermanence through which we can most intimately serve and support each other in living and dying.

for more, please see the Zen Hospice Project website here…