Free, Friendly Yoga at the Indianapolis Zen Center

Free, Friendly Yoga at the Indianapolis Zen Center

Sat, Nov 30, 2019 8:30 AM – Sat, Nov 30, 2019 10:30 AM Free, Friendly Yoga at the Indianapolis Zen Center

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Where: Indianapolis Zen Center

Indianapolis Zen Center 3703 N Washington Blvd Indianapolis, Indiana 46205

It’s time to come inside for the year. We’ll have a fire and music. Probably chai, too.

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8:30am Yoga
9:40am Break
9:40-ish am Meditation
10:10am Mindful Listening Dyads
10:20am Discussion

Stay for whatever parts you want.

Hi Everyone:

Bring your mat, come as you are, and join me at the Indianapolis Zen Center at 37th and Washington Blvd.

I lead a supportive, light-hearted practice of exploration. Through postures, you will learn how to hear what your body is telling you, how to find Interesting Sensation, and how breathing interacts with movement. Weight balance, tension, compression, stretch, cause and effect, and what you’re thinking and feeling at any given moment become clear.

Every (type of) body is welcome. You don’t need to be a gymnast to get something out of this.

Yes, the class is free. I’m just doing my small part to hold space for people to come together as friends, learn to get out of our heads and see the wisdom right in front of our faces.

Please consider making a donation to the Indianapolis Zen Center or to Second Helpings.

http://www.indyzen.org
https://www.secondhelpings.org/donate

About Me:

My name is Tony Wiederhold.

My life’s work is helping people to find inner-kindness and healing through facilitating both Inner Work and Outer Work: contemplative practices and group volunteer service.

My teaching is informed by what I’ve learned from years of meditation practice and working through my own stuff while going to a job Monday through Friday, living in the world, and encountering a lot of hurt people, injustice, and cruelty.

You can find me at the Indianapolis Zen Center (www.indyzen.org) most Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings for 6:45am meditation.

What I’ve learned from practicing:

1) We need each other and we need to stop hurting each other.
2) Hurt people hurt people. Cruelty comes from pain and propagates. Recognizing pain and creating conditions for wounds to heal in yourself and others is the way to stop this.
3) Kindness heals both the giver and the receiver.
4) Working for a more just, less cruel world is totally possible and totally worth doing.
5) There’s plenty of work to be done and it’s a lot of fun to work together to make the world better for everyone. I feel that working to create circumstances for people to heal and thrive is the whole point of living.

See you soon.
Tony

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November 30, 2019 8:30 AM
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Sat, Nov 30, 2019 Free, Friendly Yoga at the Indianapolis Zen Center

It’s time to come inside for the year. We’ll have a fire and music. Probably chai, too.

*********
8:30am Yoga
9:40am Break
9:40-ish am Meditation
10:10am Mindful Listening Dyads
10:20am Discussion

Stay for whatever parts you want.

Hi Everyone:

Bring your mat, come as you are, and join me at the Indianapolis Zen Center at 37th and Washington Blvd.

I lead a supportive, light-hearted practice of exploration. Through postures, you will learn how to hear what your body is telling you, how to find Interesting Sensation, and how breathing interacts with movement. Weight balance, tension, compression, stretch, cause and effect, and what you’re thinking and feeling at any given moment become clear.

Every (type of) body is welcome. You don’t need to be a gymnast to get something out of this.

Yes, the class is free. I’m just doing my small part to hold space for people to come together as friends, learn to get out of our heads and see the wisdom right in front of our faces.

Please consider making a donation to the Indianapolis Zen Center or to Second Helpings.

http://www.indyzen.org
https://www.secondhelpings.org/donate

About Me:

My name is Tony Wiederhold.

My life’s work is helping people to find inner-kindness and healing through facilitating both Inner Work and Outer Work: contemplative practices and group volunteer service.

My teaching is informed by what I’ve learned from years of meditation practice and working through my own stuff while going to a job Monday through Friday, living in the world, and encountering a lot of hurt people, injustice, and cruelty.

You can find me at the Indianapolis Zen Center (www.indyzen.org) most Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings for 6:45am meditation.

What I’ve learned from practicing:

1) We need each other and we need to stop hurting each other.
2) Hurt people hurt people. Cruelty comes from pain and propagates. Recognizing pain and creating conditions for wounds to heal in yourself and others is the way to stop this.
3) Kindness heals both the giver and the receiver.
4) Working for a more just, less cruel world is totally possible and totally worth doing.
5) There’s plenty of work to be done and it’s a lot of fun to work together to make the world better for everyone. I feel that working to create circumstances for people to heal and thrive is the whole point of living.

See you soon.
Tony


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