Way of Stillness
Midwest Yoga & Oneness Festival 2020 (November 13-15, 2020)
Don't miss this chance to study with nationally acclaimed presenters, mingle with like minded people, AND join our Stillness Group (free of admission). We'll be sitting throughout the Festival at the end of the atrium, near the windows that look out on the Mississippi River. Sit as little or long as you like. That part of the Festival is free of admission.
Just sitting very quietly, erect and wakeful, we feel calmer and more at ease. We understand things more clearly, and our appreciations and empathies grow. Sitting with others greatly enhances this experience. Stillness Groups provide regular opportunities to do just that
What to expect: Sitting sessions last one hour. Participants usually sit on chairs, though some prefer floor cushions. They face one another in a circle. A session is divided into three periods of sitting. After the first and second period, participants walk single file clockwise once around the room to stretch their legs and refresh their wakefulness. One sitter, often the person who has organized the group, keeps time and signals the beginning and ending of periods with a bell or clap of hands. Participants should feel free to lie down or leave early as desired. Before and after the session participants have an opportunity to socialize or ask for help with difficulties they may be having with their practice.
Current Stillness Groups:
Platteville Stillness Group
Thursdays, 7:00-8:00 pm
40 W. Main St.
Dubuque Stillness Group
Tuesdays, 6:15-7:15 pm
Body and Soul Wellness Center and Spa
2728 Asbury Rd.
Dubuque, IA 52001
Jeff Wright MA, E-RYT500