As practitioners of meditation and yoga, we know that the conditions necessary for happiness and peace are always already available for each of us —in the present moment— regardless of circumstance.
We know that material possessions come and go,
that financial successes wax and wane,
that sensory pleasures are fleeting, and that each of us,
in these human bodies, will at some point face sickness, aging, and death.
We are each also aware of and have experienced the suffering
caused by the wide-spread disease of cancer.
I want to say how we are grateful for things that you made to represent and support for our alliance. I just wished to make it possible for you know that as a member of the local society I am very proud to see an official like you and I would also wish to express gratitude for working on behalf of my mum and I want you to comprehend you have done a magnificent speech.
Through mindfulness-based practice, we also know this: That while change and pain in life are inevitable, suffering is optional.
At the PFACF, we are dedicated to improving quality of life by providing funding for cancer research at Dana Farber, and through mindfulness-based yoga and meditation. We offer programs to cancer patients, survivors, and their families and caregivers, as well as to healthcare providers and to the greater community, including children and teens in local schools, teachers, those in recovery, and to anyone who desires the benefits of practice—regardless of affiliation, socioeconomic background, ethnicity, or ability to pay—so that all may be happy, healthy, and free from suffering: One pose at a time. One breath at a time.
Fall 2010 Community Programs
Click Here to register to attend, or for more information
(free-of-charge; for current patients, survivors, families and caregivers)
(60 minutes, $10; suitable for ages app. 8 to 13.)
(60 minutes, $10)
(90 minutes; $20)
(8-week program for healthcare providers, dates and cost, TBA)
(contact us for more information of this monthly group)