Introduction to Mindfulness in the Dallidet Gardens of San Luis Obispo, CA USA
Enjoy Experiencing the Outdoors in a New Way
Learn how easy and effortless mindfulness can be! Your skilled guides will help you to enjoy this 1.5 hour fresh, yet timeless, approach. Discover how the Dallidet Gardens provide a naturally supportive environment. Engage your senses – sound, sight, touch – by sitting, walking and exploring in silent contemplation.
All ages, genders, ethnicities, and abilities are encouraged to participate in this open, accepting space. We will be observing safety protocols for Covid-19, including limiting the class size and engaging in social distancing. Please bring your mask and be prepared to wear it.
All proceeds benefit History Center of San Luis Obispo County and are tax-deductible.
This is a repeating event on the first Tuesday of each Month in the Spring and Summer. You do not have to attend prior months.
Dallidet Adobe & Gardens
1185 Pacific Street, San Luis Obispo
- Kelli Schonher
In 2017, Kelli Schonher graduated from Mark Coleman’s two-year Awake in the Wild Mindfulness Teacher Training program and recently completed a yearlong program to teach mindfulness through the Mindfulness Training Institute, which is an accredited programs with the International Mindfulness Teachers Association. She has been practicing in the Insight meditation tradition for almost 30 years. And has been accepted to Spirit Rock’s Advanced Practitioners Program 2019-20.
She holds a MA in Economics from University of Washington (’95) and a BA in South East Asian Studies and Economics from University of Wisconsin-Madison (’92). She has developed a diverse set of skills in her life and work that allows her to lead students in healthy, meaningful exploration.
She is passionate about natural surface trails, both from the environmental and end-user perspectives. She has been an active trail advocate at the local and state level for 10+ years and is currently a founding member of a local non-profit created to provide a forum for trail users to advocate for sustainable trails in and around San Luis Obispo County.