This day-long workshop will include periods of Yin Yoga, seated meditation, and discussion.
In yoga and meditation, we often hold concepts about what the practice means, concepts about where the path of practice is going. These concepts work underground, largely unquestioned. And for many, these conceptual assumptions often create tensions and frustrations in practice.
In this workshop, using meditation as a contemplative ‘laboratory’ for investigation, Josh will suggest ways to explore many commonly held ‘concepts’ that operate within practice.
Cost: $85 BEFORE 1/27/19
$120 AFTER 1/27/19
As you practice, rather than trying to shape your experience to become like something you may have heard from a teacher, or from a tradition, or from a text, Josh will gently point you into the immediacy of your own direct experience, in all its tangled and messy glory.
From the primacy of your own experience, Josh hopes to show how a path of peace and wisdom can develop; a path that can be a true refuge in one’s life; a path that is authentically one’s own.
Please note: there will be a one-hour break for lunch. You can bring your own meal or leave the premises to eat nearby.
Josh is a Yin Yoga teacher, a licensed acupuncturist, and a meditation instructor. Josh began studying Iyengar yoga in the early nineties with James Murphy in New York City. Since then, he has spent several years living abroad in India, Taiwan and Burma where he has studied both yoga and meditation. As his interest in vipassana or insight meditation developed so too did his interest in more contemplative forms of yoga practice. With a professional background in Oriental Medicine and a personal passion for the dharma, Josh fell in love with Yin Yoga as a beautiful synthesis of the two.
Josh now teaches workshops and trainings throughout the United States and Europe. For more information, please visit his website: www.joshsummers.net