Join us for a special evening with Refuge Recovery founder Noah Levine. In this workshop, Noah will explore the principles and practices of the Refuge Recovery program, lead guided meditations, and answer questions about this rapidly growing worldwide movement. REFUGE RECOVERY is a Buddhist-inspired approach to recovery that uses the practices of meditation, mindfulness, compassion, and forgiveness to heal the pain and suffering of addiction. For more information, please visit RefugeRecovery.org. NOAH LEVINE, a world-renowned Buddhist teacher and author, leads meditation classes, workshops, and retreats internationally. He is the founder of Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society, which operates centers in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Nashville, with dozens of affiliated groups around the world. Noah is also the founder of Refuge Recovery, a Buddhism-based approach to addiction recovery. Noah is the author of four books: Dharma Punx, Against the Stream, The Heart of the Revolution, and Refuge Recovery. Open to the public -- all are welcome.