This can be attended as a Live in person &/or an online retreat
Location: ONE Heart, 167, Geylang Road, S389242
Online participation link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9941921865
Session overview: These 2.5hour Zen ‘mini-retreats’ are a chance to go into much deeper meditation states than you would be able to in your own personal daily practice, or even if you came to a one-hour class. Using sitting meditation methods in combination with breathing techniques and gentle stretching/mobility exercises Toby will guide you into deep meditative flow states that create the experience of a calm, unified, harmonized, resilient body, mind & heart
The retreat is broken up into three 40-minute sessions, with short breaks in between.
Zen Meditation: The retreat focuses on simple, practical Zen and Taoist meditations that can temporarily help us to reduce our stress and thrive joyfully in daily life. They can also, practiced regularly offer us experiential insight into our true nature, help us to answer some of our deepest life-questions and attain a truly stable sense of inner transformation.
In particular we shall be emphasizing three Zen meditations:
- Zen Flowers & belly breathing
- Noticing resistance to the present
- Distinguishing the ‘present moment in time’ with the ‘eternal’ or formless timeless present
The techniques used will be acceptable to people of all religious (& secular) worldviews, & will be simple enough for beginners to participate without feeling lost or uncomfortable.
In addition to the retreat sessions you will receive:
- Written articles & information regarding the practices used.
- MP3 recordings of the meditation practices done in the session to integrate in your own daily practice if you wish.
Cost: $95 per person
You can pay via PayNow on +65 96750279 or click HERE to make payment via PayPal for the whole course.
To register or for further enquiries: Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or sms 65-96750279
, Faclitator: Toby Ouvry
About the teacher: Toby is a meditation teacher, the founder of Integral Meditation Asia. He has been practicing and teaching meditation for over twenty five years, five of which were as a Buddhist monk within the Tibetan tradition. In his teaching and coaching he combines practical meditation techniques from the world’s great wisdom traditions with the cutting-edge practices that are currently emerging from both the integral and evolutionary consciousness movements. You can find out more about the work of Integral Meditation Asia and Toby by going to www.integralmeditationasia & www.tobyouvry.com.