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What is Buddhist Yoga?
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What is Buddhist Yoga?

“It is just within this 'fathom long' body endowed with perception and cognition that there is the world, the origin of the world, the cessation of the world, and the way leading to the cessation of the world.” Rohitassasutta, SN 2.26 A…
Restorative Yoga Training

Restorative Yoga Training with Tatjana Mesar

'Waves & Stillness' Restorative Yoga Training with Tatjana Mesar, yoga educator, shiatsu practitioner and a founder of Dynamic Mindfulness February 1st - 2nd 2020, from 10:00 till 17:00 at Zen Yoga by Dynamic Mindfulness Hectic contemporary…
Lectures on Buddhism with David Listen
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Lectures on Buddhism with David Listen

September 30th - October 4th from 14:00  till 17:30 with a half an hour tea break at the Zen Yoga by Dynamic Mindfulness Full price: 250 Euros You are warmly welcomed to join our guest lecture series with the wonderful David Listen,…
The Tree Dharma Seals, Five Skandhas, Consciousness, and Karma, Perspectives on Mindfulness, Four Sublime Abodes and Chan Buddhism
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Protected: Perspectives on Mindfulness, Audio Lectures on Buddhism

From the ‘Lectures on Buddhism’ series with David Listen, Buddhist teacher and life mentor from NYC. Recorded on the Dynamic Mindfulness Advanced Yoga Teacher Training in Berlin, July 23rd – July 27th, 2018.   Perspectives…
Whole Body Smile Meditation
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Whole Body Smile Meditation

A smile makes a big difference. It's a genuine gift to our surrounding, and to ourselves. This guided meditation is an incredibly simple and powerful practice. You can practice it anytime, everywhere. With Tatjana Mesar, founder of Dynamic…
mindful listening
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Mindful Listening

“The best place to practice Zen is at a busy intersection” – Zen proverb Cultivating mindfulness requires nothing exotic. You don’t need any expensive gadgetry or accoutrements. All you need is to be in the here and now. Daily life…
Walk Slowly

Walk Slowly, by Danna Faulds

 It only takes a reminder to breathe, a moment to be still, and just like that, something in me settles, softens, makes space for imperfection. The harsh voice of judgment drops to a whisper and I remember again that life isn’t a relay…
vinyasa flow yoga
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The Quest for Mindfulness – MEETING YOUR EDGE

What does it mean to meet your edge? How do you know when you have met your edge? When you finally meet your edge, what do you do? I will take you on a small detour and return to these questions, with answers that have surfaced recently…
being mindful
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The Quest for Mindfulness: The Art of Being Mindful Seaweed

I forgot to wear my contacts to class. What does that mean? It means that I can either rock my giant Woody Allen-esque glasses and enjoy them slipping off my face every time I’m in downward facing dog or I accept that its blind yoga for today.…
mindfulness meditation
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The Quest for Mindfulness: CLICK, CLICK, CLICK

I sometimes forget when I head to yoga practice on Thursdays after work that I am not just rushing to do my asanas but to understand my mind a bit more.  I sometimes struggle with breath-focused seated  meditation,  so it was a welcome…
The quest for mindfulness - The Journey Begins!
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The quest for mindfulness – The Journey Begins!

One of the most challenging things, I imagine I am not alone in this, is being mindful and present. Being in the now has been my Everest of sorts for as long as I can remember. My mind is like a version of mental ping-pong - ping past-pong…