July 1, 2022
On the most basic level, seated meditation practice is the act of just sitting. How we sit, therefore, is vitally important to the quality of our practice.
If you haven’t given much thought to the way you’re sitting—or if you’ve been experiencing pain or physical discomfort in your practice—then it’s time to take a closer look at your posture.
Join us July 1 to discover the principles of meditation posture in an hour-long virtual workshop with Will Johnson, meditation teacher and author of The Posture of Meditation. In the workshop, Johnson will lead a demonstration and share his methods for awakening the body to sit with ease, comfort, and mindfulness. As you’ll discover, learning to sit is about more than comfort and alignment—it’s also about how to use the sitting posture as a vehicle for deep meditation and deep letting go.
This event will be recorded and replays will be made available for those who are unable to attend live.
This is a donation-based event. Click here to support Tricycle with a donation.
Will Johnson became a Buddhist practitioner in 1972. He began the formal sharing of the practices of Embodiment Training in 1995. He and his wife Coco live at the southern tip of the Nicoya peninsula in Costa Rica where they have created the Hollow Bamboo Retreat Center. Here, they welcome serious meditation students to enter into intensive 7-21 day self retreat.
Will is the author of several books and articles, including The Posture of Meditation, the second edition of which was recently published by Shambhala Publications. His website is www.embodiment.net.