Corey has a unique perspective from the intersection of modern research methods and traditional Buddhist training. He is a Tibetan-English translator and currently researching mindfulness and emotion regulation as part of a PhD. Presenting workshops like this perfectly supports his passion for combining modern and ancient approaches for wellbeing. Corey left his career as a jazz pianist in Toronto to study Tibetan language and Buddhist Philosophy in India. He worked in Australia and India as a Tibetan-English interpreter and has a degree in Sanskrit and Psychology from Sydney University where he was awarded the Khyentse Foundation prize for excellence in Buddhist studies. His approach comes from an understanding of the relevance of ancient wisdom in the modern world.