To know yourself as the Being underneath the thinker, the stillness underneath the mental noise, the love and joy underneath the pain, is freedom, salvation, enlightenment. —Eckhart Tolle
We will use mindfulness to investigate the nature of our experience: our morning will include periods of gentle mindful movement, seated and walking meditation, instructions for practice (dharma), Q&A, discussion and light snacks. We will practice silence in the supportive company of others.
This retreat is designed as a ‘half-day intensive’ to complement the weekly meditation classes here at Stream (offered Wednesday evenings and Sunday mornings). However, you do not have to have attended these classes to come and enjoy the retreat.
This retreat is suitable for beginners and experienced meditators. It is an excellent place to start or re-start your practice.
Resting in Stillness
Half-Day Meditation Retreat
Sunday, February 5, 2023
Stream Yoga + Meditation
819 Weaver Road, Port Colborne, ON L3K 5V3
This retreat requires a minimum of 5 people to run. Kindly register by Jan 31.
$60 (inc HST)
Only $48 (inc HST) for Monthly Members (see below)
Although there is a fee associated with this retreat, no one will be turned away for lack of funds. Please contact Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone/text at 519.400.7862 if the fee is a barrier to your attending. You are welcome to join at a pay-what-you-can-afford rate.
If you are a Monthly Member, the Resting in Stillness retreat is only $48 (inc HST). Send an etransfer to email@example.com with a note and we will add the event to your account.
Heather Finlayson Fenton
Meditation Teacher and RYT200 Certified Yoga Instructor
Heather Fenton combines 20+ years of Buddhist meditation training with a lifelong interest in mental health and western psychology. Heather teaches with warmth, compassion and humour, offering practical and down to earth instruction that is rooted in ancient tradition.
Heather, with the loving support of her husband Michael, established Stream Yoga + Meditation in 2018, as an expression of their wish to create a local space for the exploration of yogic, contemplative and human well-being practices of body and mind, open to all, regardless of background or beliefs.