- April 9–12, 2017
- Sunday–Wednesday: 3 nights
Meditation and Yoga for Embodied Presence
For all levels.
Meditation and yoga are mutually supportive awareness practices that serve to deepen insight. You can practice yoga as meditation-in-motion, and practice insight meditation to bring the quality of compassionate self-observation to your sensory and mental experiences. Together, these techniques help you recognize the changing nature of your sensations, thoughts, mental states, and reactive patterns. When you release identification with your habits, those habits no longer drive you.
In a silent retreat suitable for both beginners and those with meditation and yoga experience, cultivate embodied presence through sitting and walking meditation and three yoga sessions each day. There will be opportunities to ask questions and discuss your practice with the meditation teacher in small-group meetings and individually, by request.
Program at a Glance
David Schouela, RYT 500, is a Kripalu Yoga teacher whose current primary focus is teaching yoga to teens and adults with complex trauma and chronic treatment-resistant PTSD.Full Bio and Programs