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Embodied Listening

David Rome and Hope Martin

May 23–26, 2014

Tuition $300 + 3 nights
David Rome

David Rome

Hope Martin

Hope Martin

Embodied Listening is an intensive but gentle body, mind, and heart training for releasing habitual patterns that constrict our lives and relationships. When we learn to listen deeply to ourselves, we also become more open and sensitive to the feelings and needs of others. During this retreat, we will draw on several powerful modalities including: mindfulness meditation to relax mental holding patterns; Alexander Technique to release physical holding patterns; and Mindful Focusing to access deeper feelings held in the body. This workshop is highly experiential and includes periods of meditation, exploration of the felt sense, and gentle hands-on bodywork.

Instructors David Rome and Hope Martin have been teaching together for over ten years throughout North America.  Both are qualified Focusing Trainers as well as Buddhist meditation teachers.

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David Rome

David Rome has practiced Buddhism since 1971. He served as private secretary to Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche and was a senior teacher of Shambhala Training. He now teaches Mindful Focusing, as a certified Focusing trainer.

Hope Martin

Hope Martin has taught the Alexander Technique for 25 years and trains teachers at the American Center for the Alexander Technique. A certified Focusing trainer, she operates Hope Martin Studio in New York City.

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