COURSES • Inspire My Journey

Inspire My Journey is Inspire’s new initiative to raise funds for our school project “ReFRESH – Free From Trash”.

A series of online courses and encounters with experts in the fields, all dedicated to cultivating awareness as a fundamental tool to take care of ourselves and the Planet.

All courses are available for private groups and companies too.

mindsulness course

Mindfulness: taking care of the world by taking care of yourself • Fabrizio Giuliani

Over these 5 weeks, we will take care of the environment by taking care of ourselves. If it seems like a paradox, it’s because it is. The practice of mindfulness is a paradox for the conceptual mind but it is through this practice that we begin to develop an intuitive intelligence that goes beyond thought. It is the very same intelligence that trees employ to produce a fruit. 

By learning to cultivate mindfulness, benevolence, compassion, joy and equanimity, we create an internal compass that directs us towards a healthier path for us, those around us, our planet and all living beings without distinction.

“Love tells me that I am everything and wisdom tells me that I am nothing and in between the two my life flows” – Sri Nasargadatta Maharaj.

Who is Fabrizio Giuliani?

Fabrizio has been practicing Vipassana in according to the Mahasi tradition for more than 20 years and he’s the founder of the Ashoka – Mindfulness Center in Rome, where he teaches this practice. He graduated in cultural anthropology in Sidney, with a dissertation on Columbian Shamanism. He then moved to India to teach English to the refugees and Tibetan monks. He lived in Asia for 4 years, traveling to Burma, Nepal and Thailand to practice intensively and then he returned to Australia, to keep practicing at Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Center (Blue Mountains, Sydney). 

Fabrizio has the honor and great fortune to practice with some exceptional teachers, who dedicated their lives to Dharma: Lynne Bousfield, Steven Smith, Michael McDonald, Sayadaw Vivekananda, Thanissara and Kittisaro.

Since 2012 he live in the US, where he joined various Vipassana at Vipassana Hawaii, Insight Meditation Society in Massachusetts and he also lived at Robert Aitken’s Palolo Zen Center, in O’ahu, Hawaii, for a few months.  

He’s a MBST instructor since July 2020.


The course is taught live on Zoom.

The dates are:

Saturday 16 January • 20:45-22:15 CET

Saturday 23 January • 20:45-22:15 CET

Saturday 30 January • 20:45-22:15 CET

Saturday 6 February • 20:45-22:15 CET

Saturday 13 February • 20:45-22:15 CET

To participate to the course, we ask for a minimum donation of 55€ to support our school project.

***All donations will be fully reimbursed in case the course doesn’t reach the minimum required number.

To sign up and for more info

The sustainable practice julie beretta course sustainability

The Sustainable Practice • Julie Beretta

Wouldn’t it be nice to talk about sustainability without feeling overwhelmed? Wouldn’t it be nice to gain a bit of clarity, share ideas, and collectively identify where we could perhaps intervene?

This course is an opportunity to practice a new type of relationship to this topic. It is a space to have an honest conversation about sustainability; an invitation to observe yourself and the world around you, gain clarity, set concrete intentions, and turn those into actions. 

Day 1: Raising awareness

  • How do I relate to sustainability?
  • If I were to take a snapshot of a product’s life, what would it look like?
  • If I were to breakdown a system, what would it look like?
  • How can I shift my mindset from linear to circular?

Day 2: From Intentions to Actions

  • Determine a Plan
  • Set Intentions
  • Find a “Keeper”
  • Act and Look back

Who is Julie Beretta?

Educator at heart, passionate about sustainability, yoga and words. Julie facilitates spaces across cultures to explore ideas, feelings and beliefs through vulnerability and active listening. She believes having such «confident and compassionate» conversations can lead to real transformations in our lives. She is looking to connect with people who are also working to create positive change in the world.


The course is taught live on Zoom.

The dates are:

Thursday 21 January • 18:30-20:30 CET

Thursday 28 January • 18:30-20:30 CET

To participate we ask a minimum donation of 40€ to support our school project.

***All donations will be fully refund in case the course doesn’t reach the minimum number required to start.

To sign up and for more info

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