Insight Meditation and Mindfulness Teacher

Jake Dartington has practised meditation since 1995 and has been teaching retreats and courses since 2007. He has completed many extended periods of silent retreat and trained as a Dharma teacher with Christina Feldman. He has also studied Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy at Bangor University and teaches mindfulness courses in Nottingham.

Online Course

A six-week introduction to Insight Meditation

This online course gives you an overview of Insight Meditation and the Buddha’s teaching of the Four Noble Truths. For each week there is a video introducing the theme, notes that highlight key teachings, and an audio meditation for you to practice daily.

Session One

Introducing meditation on the breath, bodily posture and the attitudes that support meditation.

Session Three

The difficulties that are an intrinsic part of life and the extra suffering created by reactivity.

Session Five

Perspectives on nibbana, the cessation of suffering.

Session Two

The five traditional hindrances to meditation and how to respond to them skilfully.

Session Four

The origins of suffering in the three types of craving.

Session Six

The eightfold path leading to the end of suffering including ethics, meditation and wisdom.

Online Course

A six-week introduction to Insight Meditation

This online course gives you an overview of Insight Meditation and the Buddha’s teaching of the Four Noble Truths. For each week there is a video introducing the theme, notes that highlight key teachings, and an audio meditation for you to practice daily.

Session One

Introducing meditation on the breath, bodily posture and the attitudes that support meditation.

Session Two

The five traditional hindrances to meditation and how to respond to them skilfully.

Session Three

The difficulties that are an intrinsic part of life and the extra suffering created by reactivity.

Session Four

The origins of suffering in the three types of craving.

Session Five

Perspectives on nibbana, the cessation of suffering.

Session Six

The eightfold path leading to the end of suffering including ethics, meditation and wisdom.

Talks

In my talks I explore classic teachings from the Buddhist tradition and mindfulness-based approaches. I often take a traditional formulation, such as the eightfold path, and illustrate its contemporary relevance by using personal stories and examples.

Events

Eight-week mindfulness course in Nottingham

  This 8 week mindfulness course is based on the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Course. The course runs on Monday evenings from 6.45-9.15pm: September 24th October 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th November 5th, 12th There will also be an optional day of practice from...

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Mentoring & Supervision

Many people find one-to-one support helpful in deepening their understanding of meditation and mindfulness-based approaches. I offer sessions by Skype or Zoom to support people in their personal practice and development as mindfulness teachers.

Media

Jake has spoken about mindfulness and meditation on Radio Two, Radio Nottingham, BBC Breakfast, BBC East Midlands Today, and Notts TV.

” MEDITATION OFFERS A WAY TO LIVE WITH DEEPER WISDOM, COMPASSION, PEACE AND JOY.

Jake Dartington

Introducing Insight Meditation

This online course gives you an overview of Insight Meditation and the Buddha’s teaching of the Four Noble Truths.

Get In Touch with Jake

Location
Jake Dartington

Bahia Yoga
4 Stoney Street,
Nottingham,
NG1 1LG

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