On-going classes and sitting meditation
YOGA & MEDITATION CLASSES
Begins January 7!
Practicing Yoga and Meditation help diminish pain and stress, offering both an intimate experience and bigger perspective by increasing awareness, connecting body and mind. Feel free, whole and good. Yoga and Meditation are open levels.
Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S. Sunset, Longmont, CO (unless indicated).
You are welcome to join one or many of the following classes:
1. Sunday Morning Yoga, 9:30-10:45
New or returning to yoga? Feel at ease through an alignment based, foundational / flow practice designed for most every body. Honing awareness, cultivate breath, balance, strength, flexibility, and a deep rest, coming to a greater understanding of your own well-being.
2. Flow/ Restore Yoga, Thursday eves. 5-6:15
Shake off the day’s stress and stiffness! Gentle alignment based flowing sequences are paired with quiet restorative positions designed to balance strength & suppleness. You may experience reduced pain, deeper sleep, and a sense of well-being and insight.
3. Learn to Meditate, February 18-March 25, 10:30-11:30
Learn to simply be with the breath, body, and thoughts without clinging to them. This six-week class offers practical instruction in sitting, standing, lying down, and walking meditation. Meditation practice can help us relate to challenges and changes in our lives with curiosity, gentleness, and perspective.
Chairs are available. Bring blankets or cushions.
4. Lunchtime Meditation, Mondays 12-1
Sitting and walking meditation practice can help us simply be with challenges and changes in our lives with gentleness and compassion, curiosity and perspective. Detailed practical instruction is offered the first Monday of each month.
Chairs are available. Bring blankets or cushions if you prefer. Lunchtime Meditation is at the Longmont Recreation Center
5. The Art of Meditation Tuesday Eves 7:15-8:15 at Shri Yoga
Calm your restless mind and restore a sense of well-being. The gentle art of meditation is intimate, rich, lively, and practical. Sitting practice allows us to experience thoughts without clinging to them, offering us perspective. Standing and walking meditation help us learn to weave our practice into daily life. Lying meditation offers profound and deep rest. Each week distinct practices are followed by a short dharma talk and discussion. Participants are offered personal meditation practices nuanced for their individual conditions. The cost of this class is $10.00 for drop in-5 session passes are available for $45.00-10 sessions passes are available for $85.00. Click to
Sitting meditation practice
Wednesday Eves. 6-7:30. Ongoing
Certain Sundays. 12-1. January 28 & February 4
• dharma talk
Donations accepted. Call or write for directions and to reserve your spot: 303. 702.1106 or email@example.com.
Katharine is ordained in the Soto Zen lineage of Kobun Chino, Roshi and Vanja Palmers.