Welcome to the
Boston Old Path Sangha
For information about any of our sittings or activities,
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Next recitation of the 14
Mindfulness Trainings will be on Saturday, March
15 at 9:30 am at David Ludlow's.
morning: Newton Highlands
evening: Beacon Hill
(please note new time is 6:30-8:30pm)
Wednesday evening: Coolidge Corner
morning: Chestnut Hill
(please note new time is 7:00-9:00am)
evening: Jamaica Plain
afternoon: Mindful Parenting, Brookline
morning: Chua Vietnam
Sunday evening: Cambridge
up-to-date events and schedule changes
Day of Mindfulness: Saturday,
Exploring Interbeing through Movement
Christine and Nate Hribrar)
All levels of movement welcome.
The Heart Sutra tells us that when we awaken to how things truly are, we begin
to see that everything in life is connected, or inter-connected. In Buddhism
we have our body and our breath as anchors into our mindfulness practice. They’re
powerful tools that can help us understand our interconnected existence, in
a wonderful and joyful way.
We will read the heart sutra together, and experience how our own bodies with
their simple gentle movements (when done mindfully) can be our own wise teacher
on emptiness and interconnection. All movement will be gentle and restorative
drawn from therapeutic massage, yoga and tai chi, working together to ground
us and open us to an awareness of interconnection.
Lillian Fuchs is a Massage Therapist of over 10 years, who uses movement in
her massage practice to help promote the body's own ability to heal and live
pain free. Also trained in several restorative movement modalities, Lillian
lives and works in Jamaica Plain.
Christine Hribar is a yoga teacher in the
Forrest Yoga tradition trained by Ana Forrest and teaches in Cambridge. She
is also trained in myo-fascial yoga, Yin Yoga and Cranio Sacral therapy. Christine
is also an ordained minister and Associate Pastor at First Church in Wenham.
Nate Hribar is a chi gung and tai chi teacher in the water tradition, and teaches
at the Brookline Tai Chi Center. Nate uses his training to help the body become
more relaxed, resilient and connected on many different levels. Nate also practices
Yoga and Zen sitting.