Process-Based Contemplative Movement Series
with Siobhan McAuley
Starting Sunday October 7th, 1-3 p.m.
In this a 4-part series weíll explore movement through the lens of process as a way to be fully present in our bodies as they are. Rooted in yoga weíll incorporate journalling, poetry, meditation, music and community building through sharing in an intimate group. Using both nurturing and challenging movement elements participants will learn to establish a practice of contemplative inquiry using the body as our guide. *No experience necessary.
$140 for the 4-part series starting October 7th through October 28th. To learn more about what to expect visit the event page on Facebook and join the conversation.
Siobhan McAuley is a teacher, writer and the founder of The Meaning Maker Movement. She began teaching yoga in 1998 and lived as a sabbatical resident at The Kripalu Centre for 3 years before opening Green Tara Yoga in Key West, Fl. Originally from Toronto, Siobhan stopped teaching yoga shortly before a cancer diagnosis when she was 44. She has since developed a framework called The Process and teaches contemplative movement & art-making as practices to helps us live an embodied experience of awakening to the truth of who we really are. To learn more about The Process visit The Meaning Maker Movement.
To register and secure your spot with payment, please email Siobhan at email@example.com.