Centering Body & Mind—Yoga & the Four Sublime States
(An offering of Southern Dharma Retreat Center)
One of the many lessons of the pandemic is how interconnected and interdependent we are.
The practice of yoga combined with an exploration of the Four Immeasurables can show us how to intentionally connect to ourselves and to others in ways that can reduce suffering and nurture happiness. In this at-home retreat with Cindy, we’ll explore how asana, along with the cultivation of friendliness, compassion, sympathetic joy, and equanimity can quiet the mind, decrease discontent, and develop clarity and freedom, the benefits of which we can share with others.
Each day will include periods of silent and guided meditation, mindfulness exercises, and the practice of Hatha yoga postures and breath awareness. Depending on your situation, you can participate in all the sessions (much as you would at a residential retreat) or you can adjust the schedule to work with your “life” activities and responsibilities. For everyone, the intention we set will be to practice self-awareness during our time together and our time away from the group.
For more information and to register, please visit: https://www.southerndharma.org/retreat-schedule/661/at-home-retreat-centering-body-mind-yoga-the-four-sublime-states/