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Vedic Meditation Retreat
August 3, 4:00 pm - August 5, 12:00 pm
Vedic Meditation is an effortless mental technique.
You use a personal mantra, or sound, that allows the mind to settle down to quieter and more subtle states. This settling of the mind facilitates deep rest and allows stress to unwind from the body.
Vedic Meditation is significantly different from mindfulness and other meditation techniques which require concentration. Vedic Meditation is effortless. There is no focusing the mind or stopping thoughts. A busy mind is no barrier to this meditation technique.
Vedic Meditation is not taught on-line. Rather it is taught in person with a qualified teacher. This is to ensure the highest quality experience for students.
The course is 4 classes, 60-90 minute each, over 4 consecutive days.
VM is designed for everyday people who need a technique to reboot, tap in, kick the stress and get the most out of life.
Once you have learned Vedic Meditation, you practice the technique twice a day for 20 minutes each time.
There will be two programs offered:
Rounding – For Vedic Meditators who would like to upgrade their practice and experience the effects of six months meditation in four days.
Beginners Meditation Course – For those who have not yet learned Vedic Meditation.
The 4-class meditation course begins on Thursday evening at 5pm and runs each day for 90 minutes each time. By the end of the course you will be self sufficient which means you can practice without an app or any guidance. You can also participate in the “Rounding” program.
WHAT IS ROUNDING?
Rounding is designed to purify the mind and body and facilitate deep rest. The process consists of a specific sequence of gentle yoga poses (asanas), balancing breath work (pranayama), meditation, and lying down. You will complete several rounds a day, and in this way, will let go of exponential amounts of stress. A weekend’s Rounding Retreat can be the equivalent of six months of twice-daily meditation practice.