Friday, October 21 through Sunday, October 23, 2022
Full class schedule below
In-person at Tibet House US
The Dharma of Engaged Practice is a vibrant approach to meditation and movement practice which flows from the understanding that all beings everywhere are interdependent. What we say and what we do has consequences; acknowledging this is the foundation of Engaged Practice and a path to growing our own capacity as full human beings.
This special weekend workshop with world-renowned yoga and meditation teacher Cyndi Lee will explore embodied movement through accessible stretching, restorative yoga, pranayama, body scanning and grounding touch. The reading, writing, discussion, and dharma talks are drawn from traditional yoga and Mahayana Buddhist teachings of compassion, ethics, sustainability, radical inclusivity, motivation, and dedication. Each session will include meditation practice and Q&A. This work is about presence, stability, nimbleness, curiosity and nourishment; it is not goal-oriented or performative, and is available to every body and every person.
This class is for anybody who wants to:
- integrate body and mind
- integrate awareness into their relationship with themselves and others
- integrate compassion into their relationship with themselves and others
- develop or deepen their meditation and movement practice
- further their Buddhist studies and practice
- enhance their work as a yoga or meditation teacher.
Yoga teachers can earn 30 CEUs toward Yoga Alliance Continuing Ed requirement by completing this workshop in full.
10am–4:30pm ET (lunch break from 12:30–2pm)