MOVEMENT THAT CALMS THE MIND, with Jane Burdick, Certified Feldenkrais® Practitioner, Sunday, March 12th, 1-5 p.m.
Who isn’t stressed these days? When we’re stressed we vacate
Come and learn what slow movement with deep attention can do
Movement sequences are interesting, surprising, and satisfying.
When: Sunday, March 12th, 1-5
Please register early.
A FELDENKRAIS® WORKSHOP with Jane Burdick and Marilyn Hardy, Sunday March 19th, 2017 12-4pm
What do we mean by Balance? Far from being static, true balance is a dynamic and ever-
But who can really feel these forces? Instead what we mostly feel is the pull downward. Over time, illness, injury, operations, trauma, repetitive stress and misunderstandings about how to cooperate with gravity take over. Even a slight imbalance over time can result in all kinds of pain and limitation where there should be ease and flow…and there can be again!
Let’s intervene! It’s never too late. Feldenkrais® is for everyone. It’s easier than you might have imagined to cooperate with nature’s balancing forces. It’s a matter of changing the brain through simple movements and beginning to enjoy the bodily life we’ve been given.
Please Join Us!
When: Sunday, March 19th, 2017, 12-4pm
Jane Burdick, c/o Lori Rizzuto,
Contact: Lori Rizzuto, email@example.com
Websites: www.janeburdick.com www.marilynhardy.com
DEVOTION…A One Day Retreat in Portland, Maine with Buddhist Teachers Lama Willa Miller and Lopon Liz Monson
When: Saturday, April 1, 2017, 10:00a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
For some, the path of devotion is not a choice: rather, it chooses us. Once it chooses us, we seek ways that relationship can open us to deeper truths. Devotion—as understood in non-dual traditions of Eastern spirituality—is not worship of something, but rather an open-hearted relationship with life itself. The devotional path introduces us to a journey of deep relationship, relationship which can open our hearts and minds to ever-subtler levels of truth.
In this one day retreat, two female teachers in the Buddhist tradition will share their experiences and reflections on the path of devotion. Together we will explore how expectations, opening and surrender each play a key role in how we understand and engage with different kinds of devotion. Also discussed will be how and why devotion expands the possibility for a deeper meditation practice. Over the course of the day, we will examine both the transformative power of devotion as well as some of its more
Space is limited so please register early.
Contact: Jane Burdick: firstname.lastname@example.org