Vitality in Stillness and Motion
“The fastest way to still the mind is to move the body...There is no way out, but through the body.” Gabrielle Roth
We move throughout the day, but very few people are aware of how they are moving. Anyone can experience more vitality and aliveness through movement with awareness. Stillness, the background of all experience, can then naturally arise. Using meditation and somatic practices grounded in neuroscience, Manidha will guide you through a process of awakening the whole body and tapping into the brain’s unlimited potential for transformation. Anat Baniel Method Neuromovement, Continuum Movement, and Polyvagal Theory are some of the areas we will explore to rewire your brain and strengthen your nervous system.
Dates: Sept 18, 6:30-8:00pm, Sept 19 and 20, 9:00am-12:30pm (Zoom online)
Please register below by noon Sep 17 if you would like to attend this online retreat and we will send you the link by 2pm that day.
If you miss the registration deadline or have questions please email us and we'll respond if we're able.
To register: enter the amount you wish to donate in the Event Donation box and click add to cart.
These are just some helpful guidelines. Please join us regardless of your ability to make a donation!
$5 - Times are extremely hard
$25 - I'm concerned about money
$75 - I still have a job
$100 - Full price, I'm ok
$125 - I'm doing well
$150 - I don't have to worry about money and want to support Dharma activities in the west coast centers
$___ - Custom amount
All donations are greatly appreciated and will be shared to support Vancouver, Seattle, Tacoma and San Francisco Buddhist Centers. Thank you!