Qigong & Taoist Meditation
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 noon-1:30pm
Dates: ongoing drop-in class
Location: Boulder Public Library, main branch (1001 Arapahoe Avenue), in the Boulder Creek room (BC) or the Flagstaff room (FL). Both of these rooms are on the far west end of the first floor, directly adjacent to the elevator. See schedule below, which lists occasional alternate locations.
Cost: $15 per class, or $130 for a ten-class pass. Cash or check at the door, or via Paypal or credit card by using this website’s donate button.
Current Class Schedule
January 20, 2019 — Boulder library FL
January 27, 2019 — Boulder library FL
February 3, 2019 — Boulder library BC
February 10, 2019 — Boulder library FL
February 17, 2019 — Boulder library FL
February 24, 2019 — Boulder library FL
Restorative Yoga & Meditation
Gentle, deep, precise restorative yoga asana interwoven with guided meditation. Appropriate for both beginners and more experienced practitioners.
Day/Time: Tuesdays noon-1:00pm
Dates: on-going drop-in class
Location: North Boulder Recreation Center, 3170 Broadway, Boulder CO
Cost: varies from $17 for a single class to significantly less if multiple-class punch cards are purchased. Register at the front desk of the recreation center.
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.