One-Day Insight Meditation Retreat
Sunday June 11th 2023 - Oxford Falls, NSW
with Renata Malinauskas and Aggi Badtke
This one-day meditation retreat is an opportunity to reconnect with your true nature using the body as a vehicle for awakening and freedom. Meditation offers a means to become more present in our lives and more aware of what's happening in our experience. By slowing down, finding calm and tranquillity, we can develop more insight and a greater ability to meet the ups and downs of life. Becoming more embodied helps us rest in a reliable place of inner ground and ease.
Take time to connect with…
- Your meditation practice... through guided practices and alternating sitting/ walking meditation
- Your body... through mindful movement
- Your dhamma community... through mindful listening and speaking and relational inquiry practices
The program will consist of guided meditation practices, walking meditation, relational inquiry, dharma talks and mindful movement.
When: Sunday 11th June 2023
Times: 10:00am - 4:300pm
Where: Oxford Falls Peace Park
Corner of Wakehurst Parkway and Dreadnought Road, Oxford Falls
Cost: $60 + Dana
The course fee covers hall hire and admin costs only.
Additional Cost 'Dana' - In keeping with a 2,500 year old tradition no fee has been charged for the teachings. At the end of the course, you are invited to give a donation (dana) to express your appreciation and to support the teacher to continue her work.
To Register click Here.
For more Information email Renata on email@example.com
About the Teachers
Renata Malinauskas - Renata has been studying and practicing in the Buddha Dharma for over 12 years, first in the Tibetan tradition and then in Vipassana and Western Insight. She is the co-founder and guide at Still Water Insight Group in Narrabeen, NSW and is currently a committee member of Insight Meditation Institute and Sydney Insight Meditators. Renata has a particular interest in the interplay between Buddhism and Psychotherapy, most particularly how they benefit and support each other in healing and awakening journeys. She is a certified Mindfulness and Compassion Teacher and works full time as a Holistic Body-Centred Therapist in private practice in Sydney, NSW. www.somawisdom.com.au
Aggi Badtke - Aggi has been practicing various yoga styles for over a decade and became qualified to teach in 2017. Her initial training was in vinyasa (flow), followed later by yin, restorative and trauma-informed yoga. As a teacher, she draws inspiration from many yogic and contemporary movement traditions, including Thomas Hanna's Somatics, fascia-focused Myofascial Slings and Pilates. Aggi practices Insight Meditation and graduated from a two-year Mindfulness and Compassion Teacher Training. She is currently studying counselling at Western Sydney University, works part-time at the Buddhist Library and also as a psychosocial support worker with clients with mental health conditions.