“No Mud, No Lotus” – Meditation and Supper Evening

Meditation and Supper Evening – No Mud, No Lotus
with Lucinda Pimlott

One of the fundamental teachings of the Buddha is that the secret to happiness is to acknowledge and transform suffering, rather than to run away from it. And yet, we seem to have a multitude of tactics for avoiding feelings which we experience as uncomfortable. The Pali word for suffering, ‘dukka’, can also be translated as ‘that which is hard to bear’ – just by acknowledging this, we are taking a step on the path which towards peace and happiness. In this session, we will explore how to recognise our suffering; how to build the strength and courage to be with the parts of ourselves we find difficult or painful and how to regain our peace of mind.


The evening will include a dharma talk, guided meditation in the style of Thich Nhat Hanh, tea and discussion and a light supper.
Lucinda was initiated into the practice of Vipassana meditation 16 years ago at the Dhamma Dipa Centre with Goenkaji. Since then, she has had the good fortune of practising under the auspices of Thich Nath Hanh and with Insight Meditation Teachers at Gaia House in Devon.

About your Teacher

 

Lucinda combines dynamic sequencing with uplifting philosophy to help students connect with their own hearts. Her approach to teaching draws on a mixture of ancient yogic philosophy and contemporary texts to bring spiritual wisdom to students in a way that is meaningful to their everyday lives.

 

Apart from teaching at Lime House Yoga, she runs her own yoga business – Yoga in Penryn, teaching weekly classes in Falmouth and Penryn as well as weekend workshops. She also teaches yoga therapy and pregnancy yoga and she is a regular teacher at the annual Surya Yoga Camp.

 

Her formal training to become an Anusara Inspired Teacher included intensive study with Bridget Woods Kramer, Carlos Pomeda, Sianna Sherman and Beth Shay. She has been teaching for 11 years and in order to deepen her knowledge and continually find new ways to bring the benefits of yoga to her students, she regularly trains in yoga and meditation. With a background in dance, teaching and natural healthcare, Lucinda is also a Registered Bach Flower Practitioner.

 

Suitable for all levels.

 

If you have any questions please contact us on 07770 440300 or email info@limehouseyoga.com

* Do let us know if you have any dietary requirements, we cater for everything.

Date: 10th March 2017

 

Time: 6:30 – 8pm

 

Price: £20 includes a light supper



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