Jill Satterfield

Jill Satterfield (she/her) is an international Dharma, mindfulness, and meditation teacher. She integrates somatic and contemplative psychology along with 35 years of Buddhist practice and silent retreats.

With her primary teacher, Jill was the first to offer mindful movement on silent retreats at Spirit Rock and Insight Meditation Center over 25 years ago. She was a close student of and taught on Tsoknyi and Mingyur Rinpoche’s retreats.

Jill’s Applied Embodied Mindfulness Trainings are part of UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center, Spirit Rock’s Mindful Yoga and Meditation Training and she is currently a mentor for Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach’s Mindfulness Teacher Training. She is a graduate of the Sati Center’s Buddhist Chaplaincy Training.

Her organization School for Compassionate Action: Mindfulness and Somatic Practices for chronic pain, illness, trauma, and addictions was taught in hospitals and at-risk facilities. She has also taught others to do the same in New York City for over 10 years. Jill has been featured in and has written for many publications.

For more information see: https://jillsatterfield.org


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wearing a long-sleeve top with multicolored lines and squares. Jill has wavy white hair that
comes to her shoulders, and she is in front of a blurred indoor background.