Yoga as a practice gives us three broad areas of direct experience and didactic knowledge. Within each of these, there exist specific, practical tools to apply to ourselves, and to share with others, that are especially relevant at the end of life. They are:
1. Self-study, spiritual growth
2. Philosophy and Mystic Context
3. Movement and Breath
This weeklong retreat is an opportunity for yoga teachers and students of all levels, as well as those working in hospice or pastoral care and “death doulas,” to explore each of these three areas through group discussion, hands on practice, meditation, chanting, experiential learning, and our own inquiry.
As people interested or experienced in being with others at the end of life, we may have an intuitive sense – or direct knowledge – that movement, wisdom presence and deep listening are some of the tools that yoga, as well as other contemplative and mystic practices, have to offer, that can profoundly change a person’s experience of well-being, especially at end of life.
To learn more and/or register, go to Molly’s website here.
Date(s) - Apr 15, 2020 until Apr 22 2020
4:00pm - 11:00am