Teachers

Lance Brunner

Lance Brunner is an experienced teacher in the Shambhala-Buddhist tradition, having directed Shambhala Training and contemplative arts programs and retreats for over twenty-five years, including seven “Summer Arts Dathuns” [month-long retreats] at Karme Chöling, Vermont.  He combines his interests in the arts, meditation, and action in the world through his consulting and facilitation, having worked with non-profits, health professionals, businesses, leadership programs, and within prisons.  A Kellogg National Fellow (1985-88) and the founding Director of the Commonwealth Fellowship Program for community leaders in Appalachia (1990-96), he has been a professor of music history at the University of Kentucky since 1976.

Events with Lance Brunner

Wind, Flag, Mind Moves - Writers Workshop
December 5, 2020

Wind, Flag, Mind Moves – a Binational Contemplative Writers Series. Mindfulness and creativity in the time of quarantine has proven to be challenging. But now more than ever, as we find ourselves unable to go outward, we are presented with the opportunity to turn inward. The Wind, Flag, Mind Moves series is an offering of exchanges designed to inspire writers along the creative path. Join us for this unique virtual line-up of readings, workshops and discussions, where we engage with notable authors and meditation practitioners as we explore the relationship of contemplative practices, social action, and the written word. Workshop:…