Weekend Event with Tias Little at Spirit Rock Meditation Center
Yoga historically has emphasized connection to a unified field of being. In the microcosm of the body, all structures are interwoven. Connective tissue is the physical structure that holds us together, connecting the liver to the lung, and the tibia to the tailbone. In the macrocosm of the larger world, all things are interwoven and interdependent. Thich Nhat Hanh has called this “inter-being”.
In this week-end immersion, we will practice movements that enhance the flow of fascia through the body, and through insight meditation and dharma study, we will investigate how all things within us and around us are interwoven.
Settling IN: Releasing the Legs and Pelvis
Centering IN: Opening and Strengthening the Core
Breathing IN: Expanding the Diaphragm
Moving IN: Building Elasticity in the Lungs and Ribs
Listening IN: Working with the Cranium, Jaw and Ear in Yoga