Are you uncomfortable or in pain when you meditate?
Is it hard to sit for long periods of time?
This unique one day workshop includes highly skilled hands-on work by the instructor, Hope Martin, applying the principles of the Alexander Technique to sitting meditation practice. She will provide practical guidance on how to be upright, supported and relaxed in your practice sessions, and in your life. Being upright is not just an arbitrary shape, but a perfect expression of the practice itself. Included will be instruction on basic body mechanics, experiential anatomy and alignment to help release unnecessary tension in your meditation sessions. Everything you learn in this workshop can be applied to the activities of your life.
Open to new and experienced practitioners.
Please register at https://atlanta.shambhala.org/registration/?action=form&id=381074&utm_source=
Hope Martin is also teaching a week long meditation retreat called Shape of Awake, March 24-30, 2019.
Hope Martin has taught the Alexander Technique for over 30 years in the United States and abroad. She maintains a lively private practice, is a Senior Teacher training Alexander teachers at the American Center for the Alexander Technique, and operates Hope Martin Studio, hopemartinstudio.com, in New York City. She is a Meditation Instructor and teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition and a Focusing Trainer. Her particular passion is in assisting her students to discover how easeful, upright posture is an expression of their human dignity, confidence, and innate wakefulness.