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DIY:  Radical Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness meditation is the art being with what is happening - just as it is. The Buddha described this practice as: “going against the stream” a radical shift in perspective, not following our habits, but simply being with.

This exploratory workshop will tease apart ancient teachings for our uncertain and modern time. We will explore mindfulness meditation techniques, philosophy, and how to bring mindful awareness into our daily life. When we develop a willingness to be curious and open to what is happening, there a possibility of deep understanding and self-compassion.

Offered in the spirit of Dana - Generosity:

In the Buddhist tradition, the teachings are given freely because they are considered priceless. We, as practitioners get to also practice dana, or generosity, by making monetary offerings for the teachings. Dana is not payment for goods or services rendered; it is given from freely the heart. Your generosity is a gift that supports not the teacher and studio but also the Sangha, and your own practice. 

As space is limited please be sure to register for this event, you can do so by emailing shantiyoga@mail.com, calling or texting 780-421-9444.

 About Kat Boehm

Kat’s practice of both Yoga and Meditation deepened while exploring India, Nepal, Tibet, and Burma. Travel became a spiritual journey in which she discovered trust, passion and devotion towards the teachings of the Buddha and Yoga.
Her appreciation of refined movement has opened her up to many modalities of practice, wanting the body to be as functional and healthy as possible. Kat’s journey of meditation, has taken her on many silent retreats. She sincerely believes that it is in simplicity and solitude where we connect deeply to compassion and wisdom.

Kat continues to practice, teach and study the movement of both the body and the mind. She thrives on walking barefoot, hiking mountains, riding her bike, cuddling with her cat and eats way too much chocolate!

www.movingmindfully.ca

Earlier Event: February 23
A Winter Yoga Retreat