Qigong & Taoist Meditation
Next Class: Sunday, October 11th, 2020 at 9:30am (confirmed)
In this ongoing drop-in course, we use gentle movement, attention to breath, visualization practices and contemplative dialogue to playfully explore the relationship between the physical body, subtle body and the Body-Mind of Tao. Both beginning and seasoned practitioners are welcome.
Day/Time: Sundays 9:30am-10:30am
Dates: ongoing drop-in class, weather permitting. First class: September 6th 2020
Location: Salberg Park. Corner of 19th Street and Elder Avenue, Boulder Colorado. Meet at southern end of park.
Cost: $15 per class, via Payapl or personal check.
What to bring: Please bring (1) a blanket or yoga mat, unless you’d prefer to lay directly on the grass for this part of the class; and (2) a stool or folding chair to sit on. Note: I have several extra folding chairs, which can be reserved on a first-come first-serve basis, for those unable to transport a folding chair.
Covid-19 precautions: Along with practicing outdoors, we’ll be maintaining a recommended six feet of physical distance between us, as we practice. And facial massage portions of the practice will be omitted. Masks are optional: you can wear one if you’d like, but they are not required.
Restorative Yoga & Meditation
Gentle, deep, precise restorative yoga asana interwoven with guided meditation. Appropriate for both beginners and more experienced practitioners.
Online via Zoom, Mondays and Fridays, 11:30am-12:30pm.
To attend: Contact me to express you interest in participating.
Explorations with Elizabeth: Guided Meditation & Contemplative Dialogue
In these two-hour meetings–or longer retreats–Elizabeth offers guided meditations pointing to the open space of Pure Awareness; and facilitates contemplative dialogue around our most fundamental questions, such as:
- Who am I? Where am I? What is This?
- What is the source of true and lasting happiness?
- Is freedom from psychological suffering possible?
- What’s the relationship between awakening to our true nature as Pure Awareness, and the appearance of our body-mind-world “daily lives”?
Periods of silent meditation, gentle yoga asana, and/or writing practice may be included, to support the process of more fully aligning the body and mind with our nondual insight.
Come with an open mind, and a willingness to question your most cherished assumptions. All are welcome!
Times & Dates: TBD, by request.
Location: TBD, by request.