In this retreat, we will cultivate a sustained and gentle attentiveness to the movement and stillness of the body, heart and mind. As we bring investigation and kindness to this constantly-changing experience of life, the entanglements that bind us become more visible, allowing us to soften and open to the simplicity of this moment. Through this cultivation we can access a spaciousness, which allows our natural compassion and wisdom to become more available to us.
The Qi Gong practice is very much part of the meditative inquiry, using simple standing and moving exercises suitable for all levels of experience and health.
CATHERINE McGEE has practised and studied Buddhist meditation with senior teachers from Asia and the West since 1991. She has been teaching Insight Meditation at Gaia House and internationally since 1997. Her teaching emphasises embodied practice and the integration and translation of our deepest understandings into our life. She is also a student and teacher in training of The Diamond Approach of AH Almaas.
BRAD RICHECOEUR has been practicing Insight Meditation and Qigong for over 20 years. He is a senior student of Master Zhixing Wang, and brings a meditative inquiry into the nature of health, healing and embodied presence. He is the co-founder of Qigong Southwest and is also a Craniosacral Therapist and a tutor on the Craniosacral Therapy training at the Karuna Institute, Devon.
Retreat Code = 13160
Friday 4 October 2013 - Tuesday 8 October 2013 (4 days)
Extra Nights = £37
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