Victoria Wolf Capron

About The Teacher

Victoria (Tory) Wolf Capron has practiced meditation since 1978, primarily in the Vipassana and Tibetan Buddhist traditions, and began teaching meditation in 2000.  She is the principle teacher for the Golden Bowl Foundation in Boulder, CO. Inspired by insight meditation, the teachings of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, the body, nondual teachings, and the natural world, Tory weaves together Buddhist practices, meditation, and psychology to challenge her students to be fearless and gentle in uncovering the truth of their own nature and experiencing the sacredness of life. Tory works with beginning students of meditation as well as being authorized to teach more advanced practices of the Vajrayana. Tory has practiced as a body-oriented, Buddhist based psychotherapist for the last 20 years. From 1980-1996 she worked as a wildlife biologist, backcountry ranger, and wilderness guide. With this background, Tory is passionate about weaving deep embodiment and nature-based practices into her teaching.


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