Tibet House US

The Body As Home: The Mind, Body And Heart Relationship

Event Details

Jill Satterfield, MBC/RYT 
Talk & Discussion 
Tibet House US Gallery 
Sunday, December 04, 2011 At 10:00 AM  
Single Class: General: $108/Member: $97 Series (Sept. 11; Oct. 22 & 23; Nov. 12 & 13; Dec. 3 & 4): General: $70/Member: $630 
Sunday, December 4; 10AM-4:30PM 

About the Event


The Body as Home: The Mind, Body and Heart Relationship


We can live in our body without really knowing it - we can take it for granted until it becomes sick or injured. But why not radically accept it by taking care of it and opening the lines of communication between our bodies, heart and mind? We can experience our body as our home and begin to liberate the illusion of separateness of heart, mind and body. Being curious about and intimately knowing our physical and emotional body is a way to feel at home everywhere, to embrace our humanity, to be more engaged and live with more ease.

Sunday, December 4; 10AM-4:30PM

Single Class: General: $108/Member: $97
Series (Sept. 11; Oct. 22 & 23; Nov. 12 & 13; Dec. 3 & 4): General: $70/Member: $630


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About the Presenter

Jill Satterfield is the founder of Vajra Yoga & Meditation, a synthesis of yoga and Buddhism that combines meditation, yoga postures, visualization and contemplation practices. She is also the founder and Director of the School for Compassionate Action: Meditation, Yoga and Emotional Support for Communities in Need, a not for profit that trains teachers and offers classes to at-risk youth, people suffering with chronic pain and illnesses, PTSD, and addictions. Jill turned to meditation and yoga 30 years ago to successfully heal from a debilitating physical condition coupled with acute chronic pain. In 1992, she extended her exploration of the integral relationship of the mind and body through the study of Buddhism. Jill is on the founding faculty of Spirit Rock Meditation Center’s Mindfulness for Yoga Training and the Kripalu Institute’s Integral Leadership Program for young adults. Jill was scholar and teacher in residence at the Kripalu Center in 2004, and was named one of the four leading Buddhist and yoga teachers in the country by the Shambhala Sun Magazine. She is a pioneer in the field of mind body awareness and has been teaching and consulting for over 20 years. www.vajrayoga.com, www.schoolforcompassionateaction.org

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