Meditation day with Kimberly Poppe in Groningen
Join us for a fun, interactive and gezellig (cozy) day of meditation!
We’ll spend the day exploring sight, sound, touch (physical sensations) and possibly even smell and taste, as supports to anchor our minds and to bring us more into the enjoyment of the present moment. Everyone is welcome—complete beginners as well as experienced meditators.
Locatie: Groningen Rigpacentrum
19 februari 2017
10.00 – 16.00
Standard fee: € 35,-
Student fee: € 20,-
Rigpa members: € 20,-
Exploring the senses through meditation, workshop:
We’ll spend the day exploring sight, sound, touch (physical sensations) and possibly even smell and taste, as supports to anchor our minds and to bring us more into the enjoyment of the present moment.The workshop is experiential and gives a good, complete overview, which can be deepened over a longer period of time in the ‘What Meditation Really Is’ – course.
It is suitable for complete beginners, but also older Rigpa students particularly enjoy this workshop as it is a way to really deeply focus on meditation practice itself.
What people have said about the previous event with Kimberly:“This a was great weekend retreat for me, it allowed me to:
- Understand what meditation is about much better
- The instructions were so helpful and the clarifications so to the point, loving and personal
- The event was wonderful. The open atmosphere, the meditation and discussion has deepened my own practise.
Kimberly has been immersed in Buddhist study and practice for the last 20 years. She has received personal instruction and training from some of the greatest Tibetan teachers of our time, and was encouraged to teach meditation. Kimberly leads meditation workshops and retreats around the world, including an annual gathering of top business leaders in Australia. She is also the co-founder of bodhi, an international community started in Amsterdam and dedicated to bringing a clear mind and an open heart into every aspect of our lives. Born in America, Kimberly has been based in France for the past 15 years and recently moved to Amsterdam with her Italian husband. She is also an accomplished photographer, bringing together meditation and creativity through the lens of her camera.