Training the Wisdom Body: Buddhist Yogic Exercise. A weekend with Rose Taylor Goldfield
Sat & Sun, September 22 & 23 │ 9 am-noon & 1:30- 4:30 pm.
Wisdom Body Lujong is the ancient Tibetan practice that brings physical exercise and meditation together. These practices work on the threefold levels of our human being: the physical body, the subtle body of feeling and sensation, and pure awareness. We will train with body-based meditations, subtle body practices, and movement meditations. Wisdom Body Lujong is accessible for all levels of physical ability and fitness.
It is suggested that participants read Training the Wisdom Body: Buddhist Yogic Exercise by Rose Taylor Goldfield, available in the KSC Bookstore, before attending the program.
Tuition: $150 for the weekend. Scholarships available. Pre-registration is required. Soup Supper provided during mid-day breaks for $10 donation to the scholarship fund.
Pre-registration is required by Sept. 19th. Registration forms can be mailed, or dropped off at the KSC office: 109 Clear Creek Drive, Suite 102, Ashland.
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Scholarships available; applications due by September 5th.
Rose Taylor Goldfield is a Buddhist teacher, author and translator specializing in meditation, philosophy and yogic exercise. Coming from a family of Buddhist meditators, she holds an MA in Indo-Tibetan Buddhist studies from Naropa University. Rose trained as a dancer from a young age, then in martial arts, yoga and bodywork. She spent many years meditating and teaching in nunneries and monasteries in Nepal and Bhutan. She and her husband, Ari Goldfield, are co-directors of Wisdom Sun and parents of Oliver Robert (three years old).
She is author of Training the Wisdom Body: Buddhist Yogic Exercise and contributing author of Dancing with Dharma: Essays on Movement and Dance in Western Buddhism, and Freeing the Body, Freeing the Mind: Writings on the Connections between Yoga and Buddhism, and co-translator of Stars of Wisdom: Analytical Meditation, Songs of Yogic Joy, and Prayers of Aspiration.