Explorations in Feldenkrais & Breathing at the Dharma Centre of Canada 1267 Galway Road, Kinmount, Ontario
- Friday, June 14 to Sunday, June 16, 2024
These classes aim to cultivate awareness, mindfulness, and physical ease by intertwining Breathing Meditation with Feldenkrais movement explorations.
Meditation combined with Feldenkrais proves beneficial as it gradually unravels soreness, discomfort, and enduring structures of physical and emotional pain.
There will be guidance on merging meditation and Feldenkrais for individual practice.
Please wear loose comfortable clothing and bring a cushion(s), blanket(s) and food to nurture yourself during the day.
“Hours of repetitive practice is hard work; hours of practicing awareness in movement or action remain the most absorbing time in our lives.” Moshe Feldenkrais
Prerequisite: Open to novice and experienced meditators. Silence observed.
Registration: Class size is limited to 14 people, registration is required to reserve your spot
Important Details from the Dharma Centre:
When: Please plan to arrive between 3-5pm on the first day. The retreat will begin with a property orientation at 5:30pm followed by a light supper and the first evening class and will finish after lunch on the final day.
Rate: $295 – non-members $262 – members (including course fee of $20)
(To find out how to become a member please visit our membership page)
Rates include: Single accommodation and all meals. They do not include instructor fees. The teacher is sharing his/her experience within the traditional Buddhist understanding of Dana. To understand more about Dana, please read the following:
What is Dana? Teachers give the teachings of awakening (Dharma) freely so that anyone, no matter their financial means can attend classes. Each time one receives teachings, it is an opportunity to consciously practice generosity. Giving money and other means of support expresses gratitude and support to the teacher and helps to ensure that these teachings continue. Each person receiving Dharma teachings determines the kind and amount of Dāna according to one’s heart and one’s financial means. When deciding how much to offer, one should think about what these teachings mean to you and try to give accordingly. It is recommended that students make an offering of dāna at the beginning of a class or retreat to establish the intention to make the most of this opportunity for one’s own progression and for the benefit of all others.
Deposit: A 50% deposit is required to hold your space upon registration.
All cancellation are subject to a fee of $100. These funds will support other low income practitioner (Practitioner Support Fund).
Loss of 50% of deposit if cancel within 14 days ( = 25% of the retreat cost) – Funds to go into the Renewal Project (Buildings Renewal Fund).