Elli Weisbaum

Upcoming Courses

A list of Upcoming Mindfulness Events that Elli is facilitating.  These courses help to deepen your practice and incorporate new skills.  Learn more or register here.


Search Inside Yourself @ Harvard University, Boston
Oct
4
to Oct 5

Search Inside Yourself @ Harvard University, Boston

  • Rotman School of Managment (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Learn more & Register

The Search Inside Yourself workshop (SIY) is the unique two-day course that was developed and refined at Google. The workshop focus is on the five key domains of emotional intelligence: self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills – with mindfulness practice, science, and leadership applications fully integrated at all levels.

SIY helps organizations address some of their most difficult challenges: 

• Building resilience in times of rapid change 
• Helping leaders solve not just technical but adaptive problems, which have no clear answers 
• Supporting people to thrive in a fast-paced, connected world without boundaries 
• Creating an inspired workplace that supports true human development

In partnership with the Cambridge Health Alliance, Harvard Medical School and the Center for Mindfulness and Compassion

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Mindfulness for Reconciliation and Conflict Management
Jan
25
to Jan 26

Mindfulness for Reconciliation and Conflict Management

Learn more & Register

2 Day Course @ The University of Toronto: In this two-day course, you'll learn to recognize and handle the roots of strong emotions, and communicate effectively in times of difficulty. Explore the four-step framework of "Beginning Anew", based on the work of Zen Master and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Thich Nhat Hanh, which offers a concrete structure that can be applied to a wide variety of daily settings, including workplaces, classrooms and the home. This course involves a series of hands on activities to develop range of skill-sets that can be applied to foster reconciliation and conflict management. 

  • Apply mindfulness processes to reconciliation and conflict management.

  • Identify and handle strong emotions.

  • Develop effective communication tools that help navigate conflict.

  • Integrate mindfulness into your interpersonal relationships.

  • Use language and tools for healthy and sustainable reconciliation.

This course runs 9:00am-3:00pm on Saturday January 25 & Sunday January 26, 2010

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Building & Broadening Resiliency: Integrating mindfulness into education
Mar
7
to Mar 14

Building & Broadening Resiliency: Integrating mindfulness into education

Learn more & Register

2 Day Course @ The University of Toronto: This two-day course will show you ways to increase well-being and combat burn-out, anxiety and stress. You'll learn how to develop your own personal practice, along with a tool-kit of practical activities you can apply in the classroom and workplace.  Explore the latest research, connections between neuroscience and mindfulness and the teachings of scholar and Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh.

  • Develop mindfulness-based activities that promote self-regulation and resilience for both adults and youth.

  • Understand the connection between neuroscience and mindfulness based-interventions.

  • Explore the connections between mindfulness practice, resiliency and self-regulation.

  • Identify and combat workplace burn-out and stress.

  • Communicate with colleagues and administrators about integrating mindfulness practices.

This course runs 9:00am-3:00pm on Saturday March 7. and Sunday March 14, 2020.

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Search Inside Yourself @ Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
Jul
9
to Jul 10

Search Inside Yourself @ Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

  • Rotman School of Managment (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Learn more & Register

The Search Inside Yourself workshop (SIY) is the unique two-day course that was developed and refined at Google. The workshop focus is on the five key domains of emotional intelligence: self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills – with mindfulness practice, science, and leadership applications fully integrated at all levels.

SIY helps organizations address some of their most difficult challenges: 

• Building resilience in times of rapid change 
• Helping leaders solve not just technical but adaptive problems, which have no clear answers 
• Supporting people to thrive in a fast-paced, connected world without boundaries 
• Creating an inspired workplace that supports true human development

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Two Day Course @ The University of Toronto: Building & Broadening Resiliency: Integrating mindfulness into education
Mar
16
to Mar 23

Two Day Course @ The University of Toronto: Building & Broadening Resiliency: Integrating mindfulness into education

Learn more & Register

This two-day course will show you ways to increase well-being and combat burn-out, anxiety and stress. You'll learn how to develop your own personal practice, along with a tool-kit of practical activities you can apply in the classroom and workplace.  Explore the latest research, connections between neuroscience and mindfulness and the teachings of scholar and Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh.

  • Develop mindfulness-based activities that promote self-regulation and resilience for both adults and youth.

  • Understand the connection between neuroscience and mindfulness based-interventions.

  • Explore the connections between mindfulness practice, resiliency and self-regulation.

  • Identify and combat workplace burn-out and stress.

  • Communicate with colleagues and administrators about integrating mindfulness practices.

This course runs 9:00am-3:00pm on Saturday February 2nd. and Sunday February 3rd.

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Two Day Course @ The University of Toronto: Mindfulness for Reconciliation and Conflict Management
Feb
2
to Feb 3

Two Day Course @ The University of Toronto: Mindfulness for Reconciliation and Conflict Management

Learn more & Register

In this two-day course, you'll learn to recognize and handle the roots of strong emotions, and communicate effectively in times of difficulty. Explore the four-step framework of "Beginning Anew", based on the work of Zen Master and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Thich Nhat Hanh, which offers a concrete structure that can be applied to a wide variety of daily settings, including workplaces, classrooms and the home. This course involves a series of hands on activities to develop range of skill-sets that can be applied to foster reconciliation and conflict management. 

  • Apply mindfulness processes to reconciliation and conflict management.

  • Identify and handle strong emotions.

  • Develop effective communication tools that help navigate conflict.

  • Integrate mindfulness into your interpersonal relationships.

  • Use language and tools for healthy and sustainable reconciliation.

This course runs 9:00am-3:00pm on Saturday February 2nd. and Sunday February 3rd.

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Educators Retreat
Aug
1
to Aug 5

Educators Retreat

Join Blue Cliff monastics and senior lay teachers from the tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh for this special retreat that brings together teachers, administrators, social workers and others in the field of education. The retreat will help participants cultivate their own personal mindfulness practice and develop the language and skills needed to bring the practice back to the communities they serve. They will also learn effective methods to enhance focus, attention, and concentration inside and outside the classroom.

Register & learn more: Blue Cliff Mindfulness Centre

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A Mindful Society Conference
May
25
to May 28

A Mindful Society Conference

This conference is an opportunity to learn about the most recent research on mindfulness and connect with a rich community of practitioners and scholars. Elli is honoured to be the conference director for the second year. 

On Monday May 28th a day-long mini retreat will be offered led by Sister The Nghiem and Valerie Brown, who both come from the tradition of Engaged Mindfulness, founded by Thich Nhat Hanh.

Register & learn more: amindfulsociety.org

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Apr
6
4:30 PM16:30

Educators Retreat

Join Blue Cliff monastics and senior lay teachers from the tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh for this special retreat that brings together teachers, administrators, social workers and others in the field of education. The retreat will help participants cultivate their own personal mindfulness practice and develop the language and skills needed to bring the practice back to the communities they serve. They will also learn effective methods to enhance focus, attention, and concentration inside and outside the classroom.

Learn more (registration opens April 2018)

Blue Cliff Practice Centre 

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Building & Broadening Resiliency: Integrating Mindfulness into Education
Feb
24
to Mar 3

Building & Broadening Resiliency: Integrating Mindfulness into Education

  • @ The University of Toronto, School of Continuing Studies (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This two-day course will show you ways to increase well-being and combat burn-out, anxiety and stress. You'll learn how to develop your own personal practice, along with a tool-kit of practical activities you can apply in the classroom and workplace.  Explore the latest research, connections between neuroscience and mindfulness and the teachings of scholar and Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh.

Learn more here

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Mindfulness for Reconciliation & Conflict Management
Jan
27
to Jan 28

Mindfulness for Reconciliation & Conflict Management

  • The University of Toronto, School of Continuing Studies (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In this two-day course, you'll learn to recognize and handle the roots of strong emotions, and communicate effectively in times of difficulty. Explore the four-step framework of "Beginning Anew", based on the work of Zen Master and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Thich Nhat Hanh, which offers a concrete structure that can be applied to a wide variety of daily settings, including workplaces, classrooms and the home. This course involves a series of hands on activities to develop range of skill-sets that can be applied to foster reconciliation and conflict management. 

**Open to anyone as a one time course or part of larger mindfulness certificate

Learn more here

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Educators Retreat
Jul
19
to Jul 23

Educators Retreat

  • Blue Cliff Retreat Centre (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join Blue Cliff monastics and senior lay teachers from the tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh for this special retreat that brings together teachers, administrators, social workers and others in the field of education. The retreat will help participants cultivate their own personal mindfulness practice and develop the language and skills needed to bring the practice back to the communities they serve. They will also learn effective methods to enhance focus, attention, and concentration inside and outside the classroom. 

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