Hatha for Mindfulness: Reconnect with the body through nourishing, mindful movement
In our fast-paced world, we can easily become disconnected from our bodies and the subtle sensations they provide. Using the techniques of a traditional hatha practice, we will explore how each movement creates sensation in the body and relearn how to interpret these messages. During our time together, we will deepen our listening abilities and learn to respond to the body’s needs in a nurturing and compassionate way.
This course will be offered on Mondays, 7:00pm-8:15pm from June 3rd, 2019 through July 15th, 2019.
This 7 week series is being offered Pay-What-You-Can $35-$140. The value of this series is $140.
Sign up from here.
You can pay online for the series in increments of $10 between $35-$140. You are also welcome to pay over the phone at 434-218-7677, or in person at our Jefferson School location when we have other services going on.
This series will require a minimum of 8 people to be signed-up. If we haven’t hit the minimum we will contact those already signed up so that we all have chance to recruit a friend or two in the last few days!
Please note: No substitutions. Cancellations for this series must be made at least 24 hours in advance of the first class; refunds will not be issued after this point. Refunds are not available for missed classes.
Margaret Ulrich is a holistic health practitioner and writer who came to yoga as a teenager with trauma related anxiety. After practicing for ten years, she completed her 200-hr yoga teacher training in India in 2014 and spent the past five years as a health practitioner throughout Southeast Asia. She specializes in stress reduction techniques by combining her experiences as a reiki master, hatha and restorative yoga instructor and holistic wellness coach.
Her teaching style stems from a deep reverence for the practice of mindfulness meditation and the resulting mind-body connection. She follows the wisdom of renowned Buddhist teachers, including Pema Chodron, Thich Nhat Hanh and His Holiness the Dalai Lama, through their written works and expressions of their lives. She has also studied under Buddhist monk Kelsang Tabkay from Kadampa Meditation Center, completed the Buddhism and Modern Psychology course through Princeton University, and attended a 9-day silent retreat and Introduction
to Buddhism course at Tushita Meditation Centre in Dharamshala, India with the Venerable Tony Beaumont.