Clear Seeing - One-day Insight Meditation Retreat
Clear Seeing - A One Day Insight Meditation Retreat
This one-day meditation retreat is an opportunity to reconnect with your true nature using the body as a vehicle for awakening and freedom. Meditation offers a means to become more present in our lives and more aware of what's happening in our experience. By slowing down, finding calm and tranquillity, we can develop more insight and a greater ability to meet the ups and downs of life. Becoming more embodied helps us rest in a reliable place of inner ground and ease.
Take time to connect with…
Your meditation practice... through guided practices and alternating sitting/ walking meditation
Your body... through mindful movement
Your dhamma community... through mindful listening and speaking and relational inquiry practices
The program will consist of guided meditation practices, walking meditation, relational inquiry, dharma talks and mindful movement.
When: Sunday 11th June 2023
Times: 10:00am - 4:300pm
Where: Oxford Falls Peace Park
Corner of Wakehurst Parkway and Dreadnought Road, Oxford Falls
Cost: $60 + Dana
The course fee covers hall hire and admin costs only.
Additional Cost 'Dana' - In keeping with a 2,500 year old tradition no fee has been charged for the teachings. At the end of the course, you are invited to give a donation (dana) to express your appreciation and to support the teacher to continue her work.
For more Information email Renata on email@example.com
About the Teachers
Renata Malinauskas - Renata has been studying and practicing in the Buddha Dharma for over 12 years, first in the Tibetan tradition and then in Vipassana and Western Insight. She is the co-founder and guide at Still Water Insight Group in Narrabeen, NSW and is currently a committee member of Insight Meditation Institute and Sydney Insight Meditators. Renata has a particular interest in the interplay between Buddhism and Psychotherapy, most particularly how they benefit and support each other in healing and awakening journeys. She is a certified Mindfulness and Compassion Teacher and works full time as a Holistic Body-Centred Therapist in private practice in Sydney, NSW.
Aggi Badtke - Aggi has been practicing various yoga styles for over a decade and became qualified to teach in 2017. Her initial training was in vinyasa (flow), followed later by yin, restorative and trauma-informed yoga. As a teacher, she draws inspiration from many yogic and contemporary movement traditions, including Thomas Hanna's Somatics, fascia-focused Myofascial Slings and Pilates. Aggi practices Insight Meditation and graduated from a two-year Mindfulness and Compassion Teacher Training. She is currently studying counselling at Western Sydney University, works part-time at the Buddhist Library and also as a psychosocial support worker with clients with mental health conditions.