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Dharma Teachers of True North Insight
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Robert Béliveau
After practicing family medicine in Quebec for twenty-three years, Robert Béliveau chose to take his career in an unexpected direction, but entirely consistent with his beliefs. He decided to devote himself to teaching methods of stress reduction. His encounter with Jon Kabat-Zinn, renowned for having integrated mindfulness meditation in traditional medicine, was decisive. He leads mindfulness based stress reduction workshops at the Épic center of the Montreal Heart Institute. He is co-author with Jacques Lafleur, psychologist, of Les quatre clés de l’équilibre personnel.

Roxanne Dault
Roxanne Dault A dedicated practitioner of Vipassana (Insight Meditation) for more than 10 years, Roxanne has sat many long retreats in Canada, USA, India, Burma, Thailand and Nepal, including two 3-month retreats at the Insight Meditation Society (IMS) in the USA. Roxanne is currently part of the 2017-2021 IMS Teacher Training. She has completed a two-year Buddhist Study Program, a two-year mentorship with Pascal Auclair and Daryl Lynn Ross, as well as a MBSR training with Jon Kabat-Zinn. Roxanne has been involved for many years in TNI’s Prison Meditation Program and teaches meditation in different settings. Her teaching is informed by her Algonquin Anishinabe heritage and her Somatic Experiencing® training for the healing of stress and trauma. Her deepest intention is to share her love for this practice so that we can touch the happiness and wisdom that permeates every moment!

Sharon Salzberg
The most compelling part of my practice right now comes in the form of my writing. For a long time, I've focused my teaching and writing on lovingkindness. Now as I look more deeply into lovingkindness, I find that it actually rests on another foundation, the expression of faith.

Steven Hick

Steven Smith
The millennium question I hear students asking is how they can integrate the path of self-liberation with the path of paying attention to the welfare of others. My focus is guiding practitioners to do both. The dharmic brilliance is that liberation, the core teaching, creates a deep, transformative experience of who we are, which, in turn, transforms our care for the state of all beings everywhere.

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