Taking Refuge in Your Body
An online course in developing a daily practice of self-care.
Renew your spirit with movement, breathwork, and meditation.
Feel like you’re in an energy rut? Don’t have time for lengthy meditation sessions? Find exercise challenging? Make a fresh start with a smart combination of movement and mindfulness, informed by Buddhist teachings.
In 5 jargon-free segments, famed movement innovator Cyndi Lee will guide you in making self-care a vitalizing part of your day—even if you just have 5 minutes. Lee’s talks in Taking Refuge in Your Body will offer insights on applying timeless wisdom to modern life. With her yoga-inspired exercises and mindfulness-based meditations, you can experience a calmer nervous system and an overall sense of renewal.
Follow along with Taking Refuge in Your Body from the comfort of your own home, and on your own schedule; return to it as often as you like to refresh what you’ve learned and keep your practice strong.
Also included are specially selected readings from the pages of Lion’s Roar magazine.
Enroll today to make the benefits of these grounding, restorative practices yours with Taking Refuge in Your Body:
Find a free preview and free related reading below!
StartTalk 1 — What Does It Mean to Take Refuge? (16:15)
PreviewPractice — Introduction: Meditation & Breathing (10:23)
StartMovement Snacks — Breathing, Stretching, & Mini-Snacks (11:57)
StartSection 1 Review
StartRelated Reading: “Taking Refuge in the Triple Gem,” by Christina Feldman
StartRelated Reading: “From Mindfulness to Awareness,” by Larry Rosenberg
PreviewRelated Reading: “Exhale and Hold,” by Richard Rosen
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Cyndi Lee is the first female Western yoga teacher to fully integrate yoga asana and Tibetan Buddhism in her practice and teaching. Founder of the world-renowned OM yoga Center in NYC (1998-2012), Cyndi is known for her contemplative classes and soulful teachings. She is the author of 5 books, including Yoga Body, Buddha Mind: A Complete Manual for Physical and Spiritual Well-Being and the New York Times critically acclaimed May I Be Happy: A Memoir of Love, Yoga, and Changing My Mind. In 2018, Cyndi underwent a Buddhist Chaplaincy program at Upaya Zen Center with Roshi Joan Halifax.