Postponed: Calm Abiding, Creative Awakening

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Postponed: Calm Abiding, Creative Awakening
 
with Nina Wise
 
Sunday, June 28th, 2020 | 1:00pm – 5:00pm ET
 

 
This program is being postponed for a future date. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

In this half-day online retreat, we will practice both silent meditation and robust creative self-expression. Contemplative practices and expressive practices enhance one another; in concert they quiet the mind, calm the heart, give rise to insight and happiness, and release our wildness.

During this “Corona Time” and civil turmoil, our ability to find joy, reduce stress, and enhance our capacity for spontaneity and adaptability is more important than ever for our own benefit and for the benefit of all.

The workshop will include periods of stillness, movement, and easy improv games which together form a fully embodied spiritual practice. These practices are designed to raise your spirits, inspire personal insight, create community, expand awareness, enhance self-confidence and develop presence and craft in your personal and professional lives. Open to all, including creatives, performers, leaders, or yogis interested in integrating contemplative and creative practices in their daily lives.

Teacher(s)

Nina Wise

Nina Wise is a well-known performer who has devoted her career to investigating the relationship between art and spirit. Artistic Director of Motion, she is the recipient of multiple fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Marin Arts Council and has received seven Bay Area Critics Circle Awards. She is the author of A Big New Free Happy Unusual Life: Self-Expression and Spiritual Practice for Those Who Have Time for Neither. Her stories and articles have appeared in The Sun, Yoga Journal, Tricycle, Inquiring Mind and Whole Earth Review.

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