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Sanctuary for Yoga, Body & Spirit
2002 Richard Jones Rd Ste C102, Nashville, Tennessee 37215
Jan 12-14, 2018
This workshop is open to the public. NO Prerequisites required. Anyone with an interest in meditation can join. This module is part of Sanctuary's 300 hr YTT program and counts as 20 elective hours towards completion of the 300 hr program.
In this module, students and teachers will take an extensive look at meditation, exploring the layers of the mind and consciousness itself. The course will add depth to a personal practice and demonstrate methods of incorporating it into the classroom. We’ll look at ways to stimulate brain waves and enter the deeper levels of meditation, using time-honored techniques from the masters and current developments in brain research, referencing the work of Dr. David Hawkins, Daniel Goleman, Rick Hanson, Anna Wise, and Alan Watts, to name a few. It’s a heavy subject, but we’ll have fun!
Our Points of Focus for the weekend are:
Understanding the subtle dimensions of breath
Our senses and heightened states of awareness
Mantras, mudras, and other focusing tools
Mental and emotional blocks and how to work with them
Creating positive change, cultivating compassion, opening to more creativity, and healing the mind/body structure.
Formless, subjective experience
Meditation and the world of quantum science
6:00pm – 9:00pm
8:30am – 12:30pm
1:30pm – 5:30pm
11:00am – 12:30pm
1:30pm – 4:30pm
«Focus» by Daniel Goleman
«Buddha’s Brain» by Rick Hanson
«Emptiness Dancing» by Adyashanti
$250 Full Weekend
Danny has been meditating for over 25 years, visiting sacred places and holy sites all over the globe. Following a self-directed path, he has benefitted from masters and experienced leaders in the field. He hopes to inspire others to transform their lives with this ancient body of knowledge. His classes are engaging, inspiring, and educational—students are provided a setting for easy integration of the material, often experiencing breakthrough moments of clarity and insight, and laughter.