Not Too Tight, Not Too Loose: Balancing Effort and Letting Go
by Poep Sa Frank Jude Boccio
Saturday, September 14th, 1:00-3:30p
 
Learn how to integrate the polarities of effort and surrender and find balance in practice and in life. 

As students of yoga, we are often told to  “let be,” and “let go.” We are also instructed to “practice, practice, practice!”  The intention behind the practice of yoga integrates the two apparently contradictory impulses of effort (abhyasa) and surrender (vairagya).  The Buddha used the metaphor of tuning a stringed instrument so that it sounded harmonious and encouraged his students: “Not too tight, not too loose.”  Workshop includes: Discussion and asana for all levels.

$30/$25 Members/$35 All Students After 9/1


Balancing Effort and Letting Go
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Poep Sa Frank Jude Boccio, Yoga Teacher and Dharma Teacher, ordained by Korean Zen Master, Samu Sunim, Frank Jude has a post-graduate diploma in Buddhist Studies from the University of Sunderland.  His book, Mindfulness Yoga: The Awakened Union of Breath, Body, and Mind is the first to apply the Buddha’s mindfulness meditation teachings (satipatthana) to asana practice.

 

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