Meditation and Running

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Centre: Dechen Chöling
Date:
Monday 15 April 2019 (20:00 -22:00)
Saturday 20 April 2019 (07:00 -08:00)
Teacher : Elise Le Goff-Maes
Coordinator : Christophe Penkerc'h
Programme Price A : €220
basic food and accomodation per night to be added to the program price: €40
In the beautiful setting of Dechen Chöling in Limousin, this programme offers 4 full days of meditation and running practice. Taught in French. Translation upon request.

In the beautiful setting of Dechen Chöling in Limousin, this programme offers 4 full days of meditation and running practice. Under the guidance of Elise’s instructions, we will practice mindfulness meditation and experience how running can be approached with the same qualities of awareness and care.

A typical day will mix meditation, contemplation practices, talks and discussions, running or walking, working on technique, yoga and gentle strength training, with resting and relaxation.

This programme is open to all and appropriate both to beginners looking for a first experience of running, as well as more experienced athletes wanting to develop a sane and mindful approach to running performance.

Schedule example:

7:30: morning exercices and meditation

8:00: breakfast

9:00: guided meditation

10:00: yoga

11:00: running

12:30: déjeuner

15:00: meditation and discussion

16:00: strength work

17:00: running or walking

18:00: stretching and relaxation

18:45: dinner

Practical

Arrival day (Monday April 15): Orientation talk at 8 pm. You're invited to come from 4 pm in order to register and settle in your room. Dinner is served at 6.45 pm.

End of programme (Friday April 19): Closing circle in the evening.

Departure day (Saturday April 20): You may leave anytime (no programme). You're welcome to stay for lunch.

This programme is taught in French. Free translation in English or other languages to be confirmed. Important: Translation services are possible only if you register your request at least two months in advance of the programme.