Effortless Mindfulness Embodied
Friday, Nov. 8 – Sunday, Nov. 10
Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, 57 Interlaken Road, Stockbridge, MA 01262
This program has been approved for CE Credits:
9.25 CE credits for yoga teachers (YA) $50.00
9 CE credits for Social Workers (SW) $50.00
“With wisdom, clarity, and care, Loch Kelly offers teachings and practices that directly evolve consciousness and liberate the heart.” –Tara Brach, PhD, author of Radical Acceptance and True Refuge
Effortless mindfulness is the next natural stage of mindfulness designed to relieve the deepest levels of suffering. It is the advanced, yet simple, version of embodied mindfulness that leads to an awakening to your essential well-being. Discover how to access your effortless, awake nature and know the intelligence of your body from within. Embodying effortless mindfulness allows you to work, move, and relate to others from an open-hearted presence.
In this program based on Loch Kelly’s new book, The Way of Effortless Mindfulness, you learn
- How to access the “off switch” for your chattering mind
- Awareness yoga—moving awareness from head to heart so you can live from loving, embodied presence
- Advanced meditation made simple, combining ancient wisdom and contemporary neuroscience
- Ways to liberate difficult mental and emotional states by accessing openhearted awareness.
Loch offers simple maps and transformational tools that you can learn in a weekend and practice at home.
Note: At the end of this program, you will receive a certificate of completion in Effortless Mindfulness.
Recommended reading and listening: Loch Kelly, The Way of Effortless Mindfulness: A Revolutionary Guide for Living an Awakened Life (released June 2019), and Shift Into Freedom: A Training in the Science and Practice of Openhearted Awareness audiobook by Loch Kelly (audio practices).Register Here
This program is eligible for 9.25 Continuing Education credits for yoga teachers and 9 CE credits for Social Workers. The cost for each is $50.
Refund Policy: Please refer to Kripalu’s website.