Rosalyn White

Rosalyn White has studied meditation and Tibetan art under the guidance of the Tibetan Buddhist teacher, Tarthang Tulku, for over forty years. She holds a BFA in Fine Arts from the California College of Art and a teaching credential from UC Berkeley. She is currently Co-Director of Ratna Ling and has been teaching classes in meditation and sacred art for over 25 years. The depth and breadth of the Tibetan teachings have had a profound influence on her life, and inspired her to share her knowledge in order to help others to find the beauty and purpose in their lives. Her goal is that in your time with her you will get in touch with a stiller, deeper part of yourself and gain a sense of health and balance.

Events with Rosalyn White

Yoga Solstice
December 20, 2019

The new solar year or solstice is when the Earth begins her to tilt back toward the Sun, signifying the completion of another annual cycle before the emergence of spring. For thousands of years the Winter Solstice has been celebrated around the world—acknowledging the shortest day of the year as a return to light or a return to innocence: a rebirth along our life’s journey. Come to the redwoods during this winter season to turn…

Cultivating a Personal Practice
January 10, 2020

Start the new year off with clear intentions for your personal practice.  If you are looking for ways to cultivate peace, mindfulness, and joy, or seeking support in maintaining a consistent and sustainable practice, this retreat is for you.  We will share various tools for finding balance, help you create a sadhana (daily spiritual exercise), and discuss obstacles along the way.  You will learn that commitment to daily practice is what will support you throughout…

A Weekend of Self Care - MLK Day
January 17, 2020

SLOW DOWN, TAKE A BREAK AND REST JOIN US FOR OUR PREMIER 3 NIGHT PROGRAM ON MLK WEEKEND.  PLEASE BOOK EARLY, THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT. RESERVATIONS ARE LIMITED TO 28 GUESTS  In the fast-paced world of mobile devices, cars, planes, deadlines, and capitalism, we can lose track of what’s important, like our well-being, inner peace, laughter, and our personal truth. You matter, and you are more than enough. That phone call or email can…

Yoga for Meditation
January 24, 2020

While many of us approach yoga as a physical exercise that can improve our health and strength, we don’t always get the chance to reap the benefits of yoga as a form and means to meditation.  If you want to deepen your yoga practice, study the mind, and inquire more into the Self, this retreat is for you. We will use Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras as a basis for how and why we practice yoga.  We…

Calm & Clear in the Modern World
February 21, 2020

Are you looking to find peace and groundedness in your daily life?  Do you want more tools to keep you balanced and happy in your work, home, and relationships?  This weekend will offer you useful and transformative teachings that come from the Tibetan Buddhist tradition.  This retreat will be taught by students of Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche and include discussions about the nature of mind, ways to practice meditation, and tools to relax and feel into…

A Weekend of Self-Care - Memorial Day
May 22, 2020

SLOW DOWN, TAKE A BREAK AND REST JOIN US FOR OUR PREMIER 3 NIGHT PROGRAM ON MEMORIAL WEEKEND.  PLEASE BOOK EARLY, THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT. RESERVATIONS ARE LIMITED TO 28 GUESTS  In the fast-paced world of mobile devices, cars, planes, deadlines, and capitalism, we can lose track of what’s important, like our well-being, inner peace, laughter, and our personal truth. You matter, and you are more than enough. That phone call or email can…

A Weekend of Self Care - Labor Day
September 4, 2020

SLOW DOWN, TAKE A BREAK AND REST JOIN US FOR OUR PREMIER 3 NIGHT PROGRAM ON LABOR DAY WEEKEND.  PLEASE BOOK EARLY, THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT. RESERVATIONS ARE LIMITED TO 28 GUESTS  In the fast-paced world of mobile devices, cars, planes, deadlines, and capitalism, we can lose track of what’s important, like our well-being, inner peace, laughter, and our personal truth. You matter, and you are more than enough. That phone call or email…