the Four Foundations of Mindfulness-
Sunday, June 24, 2018
11:30 am-2 pm and 4-6:30 pm
Cost: $50./weekend (by 616; $60. after)
Drop-ins as space allows: $30/class
Held by the meeting of mountain & water, this immersion will explore the foundations of mindfulness within our yoga practice, applying an open investigation to that which is solid and that which is fluid. As mindfulness is the quality of being aware and not allowing the mind to be forgetful, this yoga immersion will foster how awareness expresses itself in posture and breath, feelings, consciousness and the capacity to surrender to the flow of Life.
In the Buddhist teachings, mindfulness is the first factor of enlightenment and its application is the means to freedom. Uniting movement and stillness, Amy offers a spacious, contemplative pace threading together a well-rounded sequence of standing, balancing, inverting poses, breathing and meditation practices.
Amy Cooper, ERYT-500 and C-IAYT has been teaching yoga since 1981. A graduate from the Iyengar Yoga Institute in San Francisco, Amy teaches Iyengar Vinyasa Yoga which honors the lineage of Krishnamacharya and blends precise awareness of Iyengar’s teaching with the grace of a spacious sequential flow.
Deeply inspired by an ongoing inner investigation of the Self, Amy incorporates Embodied Anatomy & Insight Meditation to cultivate an awakened body/mind/ heart presence. Amy is founding director of the Shasta Yoga Institute and the 200-hour Yoga Alliance registered VajraPani Shasta Yoga Teacher Training program in Mount Shasta California.
*This is a non-residential retreat, however, within walking distance are restaurants, natural & grocery food stores, vacation rentals, hotels & bed & breakfasts. For info see the Mt Shasta Chamber website.
CALL: 530 859~5433
EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org or send payment to:
Shasta Yoga Institute
315 S. Mt Shasta Blvd.
Mt Shasta, CA. 96067
Shasta Yoga Institute Retreats Disclaimer: We provide a nurturing and safe environment and all care and responsibility is taken throughout the retreat to each participant but, participants are asked to take personal responsibility for their own self-care and (in the unlikely case) for any injuries incurred during retreat. Modifications are given to students with specific needs. When provided, medical history forms are to be completed before retreat and if you are unsure of your ability due to previous injuries please see your healthcare practitioner beforehand.