The Liberated Mind - Slow Flow and Insight Meditation with Katchie Ananda

The Liberated Mind - Slow Flow and Insight Meditation with Katchie Ananda

How we treat the body is the key to experience joy and contentment. In this class we will do yoga asanas slowly and mindfully, using careful cues for alignment, followed by a guided vipassana meditation to learn how to steady and free the mind.

1. Klasse: 18:30-20:00 Uhr
The Liberated Mind – Slow Flow and Insight Meditation
2. Klasse 20:15-21:30 Uhr
Tattoos on the Heart: Restoratives, Mindfulness Practice and Stories

The Art of Awakening – Yoga & Dharma

Yoga and Dharma, two complementing schools, are used to guide the body back to ease, calm and train the mind, and open the heart. The goal is to heal our connection to the body and the earth, connect with our soul and align with our authentic purpose.
The yoga is based on Anusara yoga, a scientific system of yoga that is fun and healing for the body. The art of mindfulness is based on Buddhist psychology as taught by Jack Kornfield. We will explore being mindful through movement, meditation and breathing exercises and through accessing our own wisdom and compassion, we learn the art of awakening. 

Katchie Ananda is a yoga and dharma teacher who has been teaching full time since 1991. 
she was certified in Integral, Jivamukti, Anusara, and Ashtanga yoga by Richard Freeman.
A committed student of vipassana meditation, she has practiced with Jack Kornfield since 2001 and is certified to teach by him. 
The co-founder/director of Yoga Sangha, a former beloved yoga center in San Francisco, Katchie has been offering trainings and workshops worldwide. 
Her leadership in yoga has inspired many people over the years and she volunteered at San Quentin prison, teaching yoga and dharma to long-term inmates.
She has brought her teachings and stories all over the world and is loved by her students for her humor and authenticity. 
She lives in the USA with her husband Joshua and dog Naya.

Ort: Patrick Broome Yoga Studio Schwabing, Schellingstraße 63, 80799 München
Termin: Donnerstag, 25. Mai 2023
Kurszeit: 18:30-20:00 Uhr & 20:15-21:30 Uhr
Kosten: 22,00 EUR
Anmeldung: Buchung online
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