About Nancy

Nancy Boros holds a Bachelor's degree in Health Education: Community Health. She has served the community as a health educator for 20 years, having worked with high risk maternity patients, parents and children in teaching lead poisoning prevention, and managed the delivery of online clinical and health education for a large health system.

Trained through the MBSR Teacher Development Intensive and MBSR Mind-Body Medicine teacher training, Center for Mindfulness (CFM) with University of Massachusetts Medical School, she is a CFM Qualified MBSR Teacher offering the full 8 week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction course, a secular and evidence-based stress reduction program developed by Jon Kabat Zinn, PhD. 

Additional Mindfulness teacher training

Nancy currently teaches introduction to Meditation with the Zen Community of Oregon. She began her meditation practice in 2002 and began Zen Buddhist study in 2006 with Zen Community of Oregon with teachers Chozen and Hogen Bays and Larry Fuho Trussell. She has completed numerous long meditation intensives at Great Vow Zen Monastery and with Kagyu Changchub Chuling in Oregon and the 10-Day Vipassana training under the teachings of S.N. Goenka in Washington state.

As a single parent for over 20 years, she has navigated many challenges and experienced great joy in parenting two children, dogs, cats, birds, chinchillas and a frog. Having experienced personal transformation as a result of mindfulness practice, Nancy is devoted to educate our community about how Mindfulness and Meditation can lead us to discover and tap the innate resources we all embody to bring about insight, transformation and healing in our lives.

 
Dedicated to educate people in mindfulness practice to bring about insight, transformation and healing in our lives.

Dedicated to educate people in mindfulness practice to bring about insight, transformation and healing in our lives.