Jill Satterfield is a Dharma, meditation and mindfulness teacher who
teaches internationally and for many years has led workshops and trainings
at Tibet House. Her integration of embodied mindfulness includes somatic
and Buddhist psychology and yogic practices.

Jill created Applied Embodied Mindfulness Trainings at UCLA’s Mindful
Awareness Research Center, was a founding faculty member of Spirit Rock
Meditation Center’s Mindful Yoga and Meditation Teacher Training and is
currently a mentor for Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach’s Mindfulness
Teacher Training (MMTCP). Her non-profit organization School for
Compassionate Action brought mindfulness and somatic practices to at-risk
and in-need adults and children in NYC.
Jill was scholar and teacher in residence at the Kripalu Center, was first to
integrate mindful movement into meditation retreats at the Spirit Rock
Meditation Center in California, and the Insight Meditation Society in
Massachusetts. She led body-based practices on retreats with Mingyur
and Tsoknyi Rinpoche amongst others. Jill trained as a Buddhist Chaplain
at the Sati Center for Buddhist Studies in Redwood City, CA.