Harrison Heyl began meditating daily in 1996 and has been teaching mindfulness since 2008 to adults and youth. He’s received full-time residential meditation training for over two years at monasteries and meditation centers in Asia and the U.S. He’s co-founded the Center for Mindful Learning, the Monastic Academy for the Preservation of Life on Earth (MAPLE) and its affiliate monastery, OAK (Optimizing Awakening and Kindness). Harrison holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University of Santa Barbara.
Radhule Weininger, MD, Ph.D., clinical psychologist and teacher of Buddhist meditation and Buddhist psychology, is the guiding teacher of the One Dharma Sangha. She is mentored by Jack Kornfield in her teaching and by Joanna Macy in her interest in Engaged Buddhism. With Michael Kearney she founded the non-profit Mindful Heart Programs and teaches at SB High Schools and holds 2-year Mindfulness Facilitator Trainings at UCSB and in the SB Community. Besides regular weekly meditation groups, she organizes the Solidarity and Compassion townhall meeting. "Heartwork: The Path of Self-compassion", with a forward by Jack Kornfield was published in July 17. See: Radhuleweiningerphd.com