Yoga and Meditation: From the Inside
April 5–7, 2013
A yoga practice that is curious and intimate finds meditation organically, through the bones and tissues; our struggles are reduced, and insight blooms. During the weekend, embodied stillness practices meet a rich cluster of slowly flowing postures resulting in a sense of embodied wholeness. A deep yoga/meditation practice that listens to our body’s innermost voice clears the way for integration of heart and mind.
Katharine Kaufman is a senior yoga teacher in Boulder Colorado. She taught and practiced for many years with Wendy Bramlett and Richard Freeman, and studied in South India. She holds an MFA degree in Performance and Choreography and is an adjunct faculty member at Naropa University where she teaches Contemplative Movement Arts and studies poetry. Katharine is a priest ordained in the Soto Zen Buddhist lineage.
Financial aid is available for this program.