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Compassion Cultivation Training© (CCT) – Lavina Shamdasani | 6-8pm EST


6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Tuesdays; 6-8pm EST | January 12, 19, 26, February 2, 9, 16, 23, March 2

Compassion Cultivation Training© (CCT): Reduce stress, increase well-being and improve relationships!
Lavina Shamdasani

A compassionate attitude can greatly reduce the distress people feel in difficult situations and become a profound personal resource in times of stress. Compassion Cultivation Training helps one move through life and its challenges with a steady mind, from a place of connection and inner strength.

The CCT course, developed at Stanford University, integrates traditional contemplative practices with contemporary psychology and scientific research on compassion. Through lectures, meditation techniques, mindfulness, and in-class interaction on zoom, you can strengthen the qualities of compassion, empathy and kindness.

While everyone will have their own unique experience, research has shown CCT increases happiness and overall positive emotions, reduces stress and anxiety, enhances feelings of connection, decreases worry, and leads to a more caring, compassionate attitude toward oneself and others.

Classes meet for eight, 2 hour sessions. There are no walks-ins for individuals classes – you can only register for the full course.

Please register online in advance, as this class sells out quickly.

Tuesdays; 6-8pm EST | January 12, 19, 26, February 2, 9, 16, 23, March 2

Price $365 (There no single class registration option) |  REGISTER HERE

*For those experiencing financial hardship at this time, please contact [email protected] for reduced rate opportunities.

First-responders, health-care workers, and veterans are invited as guests to all programs.  Please contact [email protected]  for further information.

Lavina Shamdasani studied the neuroscience, philosophy and pedagogy of compassion at the Compassion Institute ™ and is a certified teacher of Compassion Cultivation Training © (CCT). She earned a degree in pre-med and Biomedical Engineering, and subsequently worked in the healthcare industry for several years. Having lived in three countries, from Kenya, to India and then the US, Lavina experienced firsthand a multitude of different religions and cultures, and has an international and diverse background. CCT had a transformative impact personally for Lavina, after which she experienced a positive shift in her overall quality of life and relationships. This inspired her to teach within her community. Lavina has a passion for travel and design.


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