A silent day of continuous practice in Seattle.
A silent day of continuous practice in Seattle led by Mindfulness Northwest teachers Richard Johnson, Beth Glosten, and Teresa Johnson. They'll lead us in a sequence of meditation and mindfulness practices including: sitting meditation, the body scan, walking meditation (indoors and out!), gentle mindful yoga, and contemplative practices like the loving-kindness meditation.
We will practice together inside the historic Good Shepherd Center with options for walking meditation and lunch break time outside on the beautiful grounds.
The retreat is designed especially for those who have taken Mindfulness Northwest classes. A day to gather, see old friends, and reinvigorate our practice together. Others with teacher-led meditation experience or a background in contemplative practice are invited to join as well. If you are totally new to meditation this day may be a challenge but you're welcome to inquire; and, for some, "jumping in" is a great way to start.
Saturday October 27th, 9 am - 4 pm.
Good Shepherd Center (iLeap Group Room, 4th floor)
4649 Sunnyside Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
(directions, map, and transit information available here)
$50 - $90 sliding scale fee (paying on the higher end makes the lower end possible, our usual built-in "scholarship" system). Alumni of our multi-week classes may register at the $35 level (or consider contributing more to support those in greater financial need).
Payment plans are available during registration (4 equal monthly payments; no financing fee).
Financial Assistance: Scholarship assistance may be available for those unable to pay at the low end of the sliding fee scale. Please Apply for a Scholarship.
or by phone at 360-830-6439 ext 0.
Additional Course details:
A day of immersion into mindfulness, stress reduction, and body awareness. Formal practices including body scan, mindful yoga, sitting and walking meditation, all practiced together in silence.
- Your lunch.
- Layered clothing (including rain gear) as we often do walking meditation outside when possible.
- A blanket for keeping warm during times of stillness or lying down.
- An exercise or yoga mat if you have one.
- A meditation cushion or bench if you prefer (there will also be chairs to use).
This course will be taught by Mindfulness Northwest instructors Richard Johnson, Beth Glosten, and Teresa Johnson.
Please see the MBSR page to review details about the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program. This Day of Mindfulness is based on the MBSR principles and practices. MBSR is a well-researched class designed by Jon Kabat-Zinn and the Center for Mindfulness at the Univ. of Massachusetts. It has proven very effective in helping with many stress-related issues.
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