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This course is for those who are new to yoga or new to Iyengar yoga. You will be introduced to - the basic principles of Iyengar yoga - basic postures (Asana in Sanskrit) We will use props - blocks - belts - blankets to adjust yoga postures to individual needs In a safe and stepwise approach you will develop competence and confidence in the postures. Each class ends with savasana, final relaxation. THURSDAYS 16.00-17.15 February 15, 22 March 1, 8, 15,…Find out more »
Find balance in your life and learn to be aware of unhealthy stress. Here you learn both theory and practice: precise meditation techniques which improve your ability to recognize emotions and react in a constructive way. Techniques aiming at developing relaxation, focus, and compassion.Find out more »
Medicine Buddha Healing Meditation is for those who are sick, dying or dead. It also brings success in any endeavor. “If you pray to Guru Medicine Buddha, you will quickly accomplish all that you wish. Just hearing the holy name of Guru Medicine Buddha and the sound of his mantra closes the door to rebirth in the suffering lower realms. It is written in the scriptures that you should not have a two-pointed mind (doubt) with regard to these benefits.…Find out more »
The Dalai Lama has said that the best way for western people to learn Buddhist is by starting with the Four Noble Truths and the Two Truths. The two truths comprise ultimate truth—emptiness, the true nature of everything—and conventional truth, all the things we ordinary experience in our lives. Sangye Khadro will give an introduction to these two truths and guide some meditations to enable us to understand them better.Find out more »
Yoga for beginners. Each time we focus on one of the mental strategies. Meet the summer with a new energy!Find out more »
Very practical course where you learn both the theory and the practice of Mindfulness. If you want a mind that is more focused, relaxed, calm and clear this is the course for you.Find out more »
This course is for those who are new to yoga or new to Iyengar yoga. You will be introduced to – the basic principles of Iyengar yoga – basic postures (Asana in Sanskrit) We will use props – blocks – belts – blankets to adjust yoga postures to individual needs. In a safe and stepwise approach you will develop competence and confidence in the postures. Each class ends with savasana, final relaxation. THURSDAYS 16.00-17.15 February 15, 22 March 1, 8, 15, 22…Find out more »
We will explore the entire path to Awakening! The retreat is suitable for beginners and to experienced students who want to deepen their practice.Find out more »
Six Paramitas - why do these practices make your life easier? And your relationships with others lighter? Come and find out!Find out more »
There are many different ideas of what mindfulness is. In Buddhist psychology, mindfulness is simply being able to focus on something without becoming distracted with a mind that is relaxed, stable, and clear.
The opposite of this is having a mind that is tense, distracted, and dull, something we all recognize from everyday life. Imagine going through the day with a completely relaxed mind, being fully focused on all your tasks and everyone you meet and experiencing everything with a brilliant clarity. These are the direct benefits of developing mindfulness.
The true benefit of developing mindfulness, however, is to then apply that mindfulness to our own experience and the world around us. This application of mindfulness leads to insights that help us live more in tune with reality.
On the basis of mindfulness beautiful states of minds like love, compassion, generosity will grow. On the basis of mindfulness we can become more wise and insightful and instead of being constantly tormented by our own minds, we can make our own minds our best friend.
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The wisdom of doing nothing
Reading about mind training and cultivating our minds can sound exhausting. Yet another thing on the list of improvement projects next to the failed gym membership and the exhausting need for professional training to keep up in your career.
When we, the people of modernity, when we meet these age old techniques of meditation and mind training, we approach them like everything else in our lives. We want to perform, we want to be the best, we try so hard. Too hard. This becomes our biggest challenge.
We need to cultivate the ability to relax deeply, to let go of all striving, to simply rest in things as they are, to experience contentment without the need to achieve anything. We need to learng to stop “doing” and cultivate “being”.
Come spend a moment of stillness and peace with us. Just sitting quietly together with no agenda, no striving, no need for improvement. Come sit with us in the spirit of kindness, and self-care.
Join our silent sitting meditations