Bringing Your Practice Home: Yoga & Meditation with Katharine Kaufman
November 11–13, 2011
One way to make sense of our varied and complex lives is to begin or end each day with yoga and meditation practice in our own homes, hotel rooms or offices. But how do we start? What do we do? Together, we will cultivate authentic practices rooted in ancient wisdom lineages, discovering
different ways to design a practice — short, long, simple, complex, playful or restorative. Listening to our creativity, intuition and senses, we will engage the inner qualities of our body and mind, appreciating our evolving abilities and capacities. Students of all levels are welcome.
Katharine Kaufman, MFA, is lay ordained in the Soto Zen lineage by Kobun Chino Roshi. She taught and practiced yoga for many years at Richard Freeman’s Yoga Workshop and has studied in India. Katharine is a senior adjunct faculty member in Contemplative Movement Arts at Naropa University and a published poet. She also teaches at Studio Be Yoga in Boulder, and in Longmont, Colorado.
Katharine Kaufman is priest ordained in the Soto Zen Lineage and teaches meditation, writing workshops, and Yoga in Boulder County and at Shambhala Mountain Center. She is an adjunct professor at Naropa University where she teaches Movement Arts and Contemplative Seminar. She holds MFAs in Performance/Choreography and Writing/Poetics. www.katharinekaufman.com
Financial aid is available for this program.