This workshop will be an introduction to traditional Buddhist instruction on Mindfulness Meditation. Taking the renown “Satipaṭṭhāna Sutta” as a basis, we will delve into meditation on the body, feelings, mind, and phenomena with practical insight on its therapeutic, healing benefits and the application and integration of its techniques into our busy everyday lives.
Date: Sunday, January 13th
Time: 11:00am to 1:00pm
Cost: $25 or 1 class pass ($15 for members)
Cristina Sánchez, Ph.D. has been a devoted practitioner of Buddhist meditation since 1996. She has been a close student of and has received many teachings from high Tibetan Lamas and has completed deep meditation retreats and Buddhist pilgrimages in Asia. A practitioner of Yoga since 2002, she studied deeply in many traditions such as Sivananda, Ashtanga, Iyengar and Tibetan Yantra Yoga. Cristina maintains a daily personal practice of meditation, yoga and Qi-Gong. A former University College Professor in the Sciences, she is a trained AMI Montessori Teacher for children and a recent graduate from the 200-hour yoga teacher training program from the renowned Octopus Garden studio. Cristina is also a passionate lover of the Arts.
For me, Meditation is about using the mind, in a disciplined and artful way, to touch and reveal my innermost nature – the spiritual light at the heart of all things. Meditating unlocks a peace and joy in my life that is illuminating, healing and creative and I love to share this experience with others.