If you are interested in a weekly practice that brings together yoga, meditation, Buddhism and spiritual inquiry, please join us for a complete Insight Yoga practice at Insight Yoga at Deer Run.
Every Sunday morning from 9-11am, you are invited to Meg Ellsworth's Deer Run Insight Yoga class, held in the beautiful and intimate Deer Run Zendo in Corte Madera, CA. Meg is a certified Insight Yoga teacher and member of the original collective of teachers offering Insight Yoga in the San Francisco Bay Area.
What to expect at Meg's Deer Run Insight Yoga Class:
Meg's two-hour classes have a strong focus on both a meditative approach and an energizing, connected flow of asana. The practice combines yin and yang yoga to create greater ease and stronger concentration. Meditation is an important part of every class. Also Buddhist, yogic and psychological-spiritual themes are explored each week.
Insight Yoga Institute:
Insight Yoga at Deer Run are mindfulness-based yoga classes associated with and inspired by The Insight Yoga Institute, which offers trainings in Yoga, Buddhist meditation and spiritual psychology. Insight Yoga at Deer Run was born out of the desire to explore more contemplative aspects of yoga.
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Sunday Mornings, 9–11am - resuming September 9th, 2012
Deer Run Zendo in Corte Madera, CA Directions
Meg Ellsworth's approach to yoga both grounds and opens students to the energetic experience of the practice. With an emphasis on mindfulness, Meg draws on her decade-long study of the Ashtanga, Iyengar and Yin systems of yoga as well as Vipassana meditation. Meg has been a student of Yoga since 1995 and has trained extensively over the past 17 years with Sarah Powers, founder of the Insight Yoga Institute. Meg is a certified Insight Yoga teacher by the Insight Yoga Institute.
Classes are open to students of all levels, but are most relevant for those who also desire a deeper connection to the contemplative aspects of yoga, including meditation .