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Meditation and Movement: Wellbeing in daily life (part 2)
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Meditation and Movement is an introductory program, designed to provide a strong mind-body foundation that helps transform daily living. Led by senior students of Trungram Gyalwa Rinpoche, the program explores the fundamental principles underpinning various forms of meditative practices (including mindful movement) and how they can help build inner strength and compassion, increasing both physical and emotional wellbeing. 10-4:30 $60, including lunch

When: Saturday, October 21, 2017
10:00 am
Where: Dharmakaya Center for Wellbeing
191 Cragsmoor Road
Pine Bush, New York  12556
United States
Contact: 845.203.1275

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Meditation and yoga are both rooted in ancient Tibetan Buddhist teachings. Combined as an integral practice, they help build resilience, openness and stability with which to move through daily life.    


This course provides an introduction to accessible meditation and yoga practices and their philosophical underpinnings. It includes teachings and discussion of the practices, how they are helpful and how they complement each other. Participants will practice sitting and walking meditation, gentle breathing and a series of approachable yoga positions—practices they can take into their daily lives. 


The objective of the program is to provide a strong mind-body foundation to help transform daily living.


$60, including lunch


There are no prerequisites for this program; it is appropriate for beginner and intermediate meditators and those simply interested in exploring the teachings.

This program is part two of a three-part series. The final program will be Saturday, November 18, 2017. Programs may be taken individually.



  • John Henderson has been a meditator for over 20 years and a student of Trungram Gyalwa Rinpoche's since 2003. He translates his practice into his work as a business professional and entrepreneur with a focus on healthcare related enterprises.
  • Gary Wheaton has been a Buddhist practitioner and student of Trungram Gyalwa Rinpoche since 2008. He has served as Retreat Cook, Retreat Organizer, Retreat Leader, teacher's assistant and Dharmakaya's Program Lead. Professionally he is a business and human resources manager, with expertise in conflict resolution and coaching.


GETTING THERE: For those who want to drive, directions are available on our contact page and there is ample parking at the Center. Please see our Plan your visit page for more information.

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