Sheltering in Lightfulness

5/30/2020, 10:00am - 12:00pm at Online

Sheltering in Lightfulness takes place online Saturday, May 30 from 10-12. Take a few delightful hours to explore your inner lightfulness with Moshe Cohen, an internationally renowned teacher and performing artist, the founder of Clowns Without Borders-USA and Closhi of the Zen Peacemaker Order of Disorder (OD), where he is known by his OD name YooWho. He teaches and performs in the US, across Europe, and around the world (all told, in over 40+ countries)… When he is home in San Francisco, he works as a medical clown, a member of the Clown Conservatory faculty and offers lightfulness trainings in the working world.

Some of the roots of Moshe’s current projects related to Lightfulness and mindful collaboration began in 1999, when Zen Master Bernie Glassman came to study with Moshe, soon guiding Moshe toward integrating aspects of Zen and Clowning. Since then, Moshe has been teaching in an ever-widening circle of Zen centers and Spiritual retreat centers, Theater and Clown schools, and for Health-Care Clown organizations. He also applies these methods to professional development and leadership development trainings in the working world. Moshe focuses on helping participants to source their inner joy, non-verbal humor and lightness to create mindful, collaborative communication, and personal well-being.

Please join us for this short and intriguing opportunity. There is no fixed fee for Sheltering in Lightfulness. Free will donations are accepted on our Dana webpage here. You will then be sent zoom link to access the workshop.