Sunday, January 26 5:45-7:30 p.m.
This workshop will begin with a brief opening discussion of the various approaches to meditation along with the physical aspects of sitting for extended periods. This discussion will conclude with time for questions and answers.Then, you will have the opportunity to experience several progressively longer meditation sessions. There will be a 10 minute, a 20 minute and a 30 minute session separated by breaks to stand up and move around. For those accustomed to meditation, the breaks can be skipped. To conclude, we’ll have a closing discussion with more questions and answers. All physical yoga practice is an invitation to meditation. Sitting still is simply another form of meditation. It has been said, the early yogis were trying to sit for extended periods of time, they found that when sitting, discomfort would arise. They developed yoga poses to open the body such that they would be able to sit still for longer periods of time. It could be said that the object of meditation is the recognition of one’s true self which is the fundamental basis for everything. That’s a worthwhile objective!Paul Kelly is a 500 hour yoga teacher and has been studying and practicing various forms of meditation off and on for over 20 years.
This workshop will be held on Sunday, January 26 from 5:45-7:30 p.m. The cost is $35.00. We will need at least 5 participants to have the workshop. To register, please lick on the link below: