Learn the science, practice, and history of compassion in a secular and ancient Buddhist context. Taught and developed by Heather Prete, DEN's Senior Mindfulness Meditation teacher.
Heather Prete is a Mindfulness Facilitator who works with a diverse range of clientele, including those in recovery, people coping with depression and anxiety, cancer survivors, men and women battling chronic health and pain issues, those suffering from PTSD, as well as fellow clinicians combating compassion fatigue syndrome. Her training began with Tibetan Compassion practices in 1998, traveling the world to learn under masters in both India and Europe. In 2011 she became a certified Mindfulness Facilitator at UCLA, where she also taught Mindful Awareness Classes as well as courses online. Currently she’s co-creator and master teacher for The DEN Meditation Teacher Training Program. She’s been featured on E! as well as in publications such as Time, The Times of India and Femcompetitor. Heather's teaching on joy can be viewed on Mindful Magazine’s online edition.
“Compassion is not a perfect translation when we speak on the 'mind' of compassion in these contexts. We are not speaking of an emotional state. We are referring to an aspect of the Self that is a warrior mind, unshakeable, and open. It is the foundation of our ability to transform suffering in this world and within ourselves.”
~ Heather Prete