Foundations of Yoga and Meditation with Katharine Kaufman: CANCELLED
March 16–18, 2012
All possibilities begin with our posture, accompanied by a little curiosity. When we investigate our innermost stillness shared with gentle, slow movement, we come to understand and release tensions, holdings and patterns. Along with our breath, we move from the ground-up, developing respect and care for our practice. Through a variety of classical and original yoga postures, we will explore under-rhythms of breath, mysterious bhandas and gaze. Soothing restorative yoga, lighthearted partner work and a few challenging balance postures will add to the mix. Open to beginning yoga and meditation students, as well as those who want to deepen their foundational practice.
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 also studied in India. She is a senior adjunct faculty member of Naropa University where she teaches Contemplative Learning and Movement Arts. Katharine also teaches at Studio Be, Boulder and in Longmont and is a published poet.
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.