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Sutrayana Study and Practice Intensive – Part I: The Foundation Yana

February 25 - May 7

Led by Neil McKinlay: The Sutrayana Study and Practice Intensive – Part I: The Foundation Yana is an online offering where practitioners can deepen their understanding and experience of the lineage embodied by Reggie Ray and his teacher, Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche. This is the first part of a two-part course.

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Meditating with the Body, Introduction (Maui)

March 22 - March 24

Led by Jenna Harrison: Designed for both beginning and experienced meditators, this program focuses on the foundational principles of somatic meditation, establishing strong inner and outer sitting posture based on the principles of alignment, relaxation, and resilience. In this course, we will explore what it means to connect with and rely on the wisdom of the soma, as distinct from the mind, relating to the body as the gateway to profound spiritual connection.

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Meditating with the Body (California)

May 19 - May 24

Led by Caroline Pfohl and Manuela Mischke-Reeds. Created for meditators of all levels, this in-depth training focuses on a series of powerful body-based awareness practices drawn from Tibetan Yoga, with two residential retreats bridged by a five month, at-home curriculum. This retreat is held at the 1440 Multiversity.

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Somatic Meditation: The Journey Home

June 6 - June 13

Led by Neil McKinlay: Meditation is a coming home. Through the simple practice of being in one’s body, developing a sense of familiarity with and fidelity to immediate experience, we reconnect with the life we are living and the person we are. Under the guidance of Senior Teacher Neil McKinlay, this week-long retreat will explore the foundational methods of somatic meditation offered by the Dharma Ocean lineage.

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Deep Silence: A Journey into Stillness

June 22 - June 30

Led by Bryn Rees. In this retreat, we will delve into Dharma Ocean’s somatic practices and the Practice of Pure Awareness—the simple practice of sitting meditation—to bring ourselves into our full human experience. We will practice mostly in stillness, in silence, and in the discipline of our seated posture. By holding ourselves there, we will be guided gently to the root of our awareness.

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