Let me be clear about this. I am not the “meditating type,” if such a type actually exists. I don’t wear long flowery skirts, I’m not into mystical rituals, and chanting has always creeped me out. To be perfectly honest, I always thought that meditation was for weirdos who would be better served by a… Continue reading How I Meditate | Mindful Parenting
Tag: Meditation Instruction
Movement and Mindfulness 3 hour Intensive this Thursday!
Introducing a new 3 hour Meditation Intensive called Movement and Mindfulness in West Seattle this July! Also coming to the UW in the Fall. Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Meditation and Mindfulness Quick Reminder: Movement and Mindfulness This Thursday in West Seattle! REGISTER HERE Finally, summer in the PNW!… Continue reading Movement and Mindfulness 3 hour Intensive this Thursday!
Meditation as “Non-Reactivity Training”
Responding vs Reacting Instead of reacting to situations with our often out-moded instincts, we can learn to respond thoughtfully and appropriately. When we practice observing our own reactions, we can better understand the nature of our instincts. Allowing our initial, instinctive reaction to pass by, we then have more time to choose how to respond… Continue reading Meditation as “Non-Reactivity Training”
Class: Movement and Mindfulness – A one day 3 hour course
A class designed to deepen your experience of meditation and answer the question: What does meditation feel like? Meditation practice improves balance, mental focus and endurance as well as creating clarity and peace to neutralize negative emotions. In this class we will experience the benefits of mindful movement during a 3 hour intensive including a… Continue reading Class: Movement and Mindfulness – A one day 3 hour course