Sunday 10/17/2021 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
$30.00 Access the Inner Knower
Take an afternoon to explore the space of the knower within and return
to the world of action in community with like-minded seekers. Together
we will activate our inner sparks as we reach for our truest vision of
ourselves. We will breathe, move, and learn to creatively assess what
practices best support us, and develop a toolkit to help us care for
ourselves while we show up for others. In a calm, friendly and
stimulating environment we will:
Use guided meditation and breath
work to build a relationship with our sense of inner knowing;
physical movement with gentle hatha yoga postures for clearing away
blocks to our truer selves that lodge in our bodies;
from a few of the world’s many spiritual thinkers as a way to be in
relationship with the wisdom of others;
Use deep listening to gain a
sense of relating to another seeker as a spiritual companion. Come join
this unique workshop to connect with seekers like you.
Be sure to bring
pen and paper!
Who should attend? This workshop is for anyone who feels
the need to use their spiritual work for the benefit of the greater
world. Or, for those who are activists but perhaps at the expense of
care for themselves. The different experiences of participants will
enrich the group and allow us to learn from each other.
Martha is a graduate of the Willow Street Yoga Teacher Training program. She has studied yoga and meditation for four decades including a stint in India. She has also completed training in Spiritual Direction, followed by a DMin degree with a focus on historical trauma. Currently, Martha is in a Mussar teacher training program, infusing her work with this Jewish psycho-spiritual approach to ethics. Professionally, Martha is a medical anthropologist who worked as a public health evaluator, researcher, and research administrator. Her current focus is now in the areas of spiritual direction– particularly for those whose early experiences in spiritual or religious settings were difficult and yoga, as well as social action.