In this series we will explore the foundations of mindfulness, using our Asana practice (physical postures) as a way to cultivate a sense of presence with and connection to our direct experience. We will work with mindfulness of breath, body, thoughts, and feelings. One definition of mindfulness is simply paying attention with interest and care. In this series we will create space to be with ourselves just as we are, to watch our habits of mind and how those thoughts often give rise to feelings. Becoming aware of these patterns is the first step toward liberation!
Tuesdays, November 12- December 3rd
with Kim Tull-Esterbrook