Dr. Sharon A. Suh – over 20 years of teaching, public speaking, and delivering workshops to community organizations, temples, classrooms, and nonprofit organizations in the U.S. and abroad. 

Thoughtful – Engaging – Inspiring

My speaking events help clients transform their relationships to food, eating, and their bodies and provides trainings in embodiment practices, yoga, and mindfulness from a trauma-informed intersectional lens. Audiences are inspired to explore the connection between the mind and the body which are key to transforming suffering and empowers people to begin to settle into and trust their own internal cues.

 

Workshops – Public Speaking – Trainings

As a trained Buddhist Studies specialist, Trauma-informed yoga teacher, and Mindful Eating-Conscious Living facilitator, I speak about critical issues surrounding mindfulness today such as racial justice, access to practice,  inclusivity, and Socially Engaged Buddhism. My specializations include: Buddhism, gender, race, mindfulness, and trauma-informed yoga.

THE FOLLOWING TOPICS help clients transform their relationships to food, eating, and their bodies and provides trainings in embodiment practices, yoga, and mindfulness from a trauma-informed intersectional lens.

CULTURALLY SPECIFIC

Culturally specific issues related to gender, race, and various forms of trauma with a specialization in cultural competency related to people of color.

FINDING SAFETY

Finding safety in and through the body through Mindfulness Meditation and Movement.

TRAUMA SENSITIVE

The teaching and practice of Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness and Trauma-Sensitive Yoga.

MINDFULNESS IN EVERYDAY

Mindfulness in everyday life to cope with personal, social, political, economic, and
structural challenges.

BOOK TALK

Book talk on Occupy This Body: A Buddhist Memoir of Food, Eating,
and Care of the Self.

BOOK TALK + WORKSHOP

Book talk followed by a workshop on the Mindful Eating Method.

I am also available to speak on customized topics for your specific audience.

 

I offers lectures and workshops to the general public, universities, women’s groups, and small community organizations that foster mindfulness in everyday life, finding safety in the body, addressing trauma through mindfulness and yoga, women-centered practices, and mindful meditation and yoga for people of color.

 

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