Trauma-Sensitive Yoga: David offers an individualized approach to regaining a healthy connection to the client’s body using his training from the Trauma Center of Brookline, Massachusetts, Yoga program, headed by David Emerson, author of Trauma Recovery Through Yoga. Clinical research by the Trauma Center and Dr. Bessell van der Kolk, M.D., the world’s leading expert on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, shows healing for brain/body through brain scans of trauma survivors who practice Trauma-sensitive Yoga. These clinical studies are also showing personal feelings of increased empowerment and renewal of a sense of connectedness to the feeling body.
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Join David Walker, director of the Blue Hill Center for Yoga since 1990, and Zen Meditation Teacher and decades-long practitioner Hugh Curran of the Morgan Bay Zendo for a day-long retreat on Saturday, July 11 and August 2, 2015, from 9 am to 5 pm, at the beautiful Morgan Bay Zendo in Surry, Maine. This retreat will alternate yoga instruction geared to facilitate seated meditation with three periods of Zen meditation with instruction. Meditation practice will take place in the traditionally designed Morgan Bay Zendo. The day will come to completion with Kirtan, or sacred chanting, led by David. Practitioners will enjoy a pot-luck vegetarian meal.
Please join David Walker and Hugh Curran for either or both Summer 2018 day-long silent retreats at the Morgan Bay Zendo in Surry, Maine, on Saturday, July 14 and August 18. Midday potluck. $60. 9 am to 5 pm. Or join for a half day, either in the morning or afternoon. The day will alternate Yoga sessions guided by David that are geared to support seated meditation. Hugh will guide Zen meditation in the beautiful traditional Zendo. These sessions will alternate seated with walking meditation. The day will be completed with Kirtan (sacred chanting) led by David. All are welcome! Contact David at 207 664-4856 or email@example.com to register, call Hugh Curran at 667-7170. Or contact Hugh at firstname.lastname@example.org.