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Balanced and Awake: Zen and Yoga to Harmonize Body and Mind, at ZaZEN Filbert Street, 9/21

Saturday, September 21, 2013
1 - 4 pm
with Letitia Bartlett and David Zimmerman

Located at ZaZEN, 2219 Filbert Street, San Francisco view map

Breathe, open and unravel. Release everyday stresses and challenges so that breath, ease and vitality can flourish.

Through the practices, postures and rhythms of Iyengar Yoga and Zen Meditation, we will focus on developing alignment, stillness, expansiveness, and clarity of mind and body. With a light-hearted approach, Letitia will help individual students express the poses fully and joyfully. Through Zen teachings, David will support us to deepen our connection to our natural state of equanimity and insight.

Workshop sliding scale
Price includes one free week of yoga at Zazen.

Supporter contribution $40
Member contribution $35
Sustaining contribution $30

To Register: visit zazensf or call 415.806.6899

A San Francisco Zen Center program offered in partnershipwith  ZaZEN Filbert Street.

Letitia Bartlett has been teaching yoga for 20 years. She is a graduate of the San Francisco Iyengar Institute and studied in Pune, India with the Iyengar family. In addition to teaching yoga, Letitia works as a clown, mime and acting teacher in San Francisco. She has taught at American Conservatory Theater, The Academy of Art University, and Stanford University.

Kanzan David Zimmerman has been practicing Zen for 20 years and was ordained by Rev. Teah Strozer in 2006. Having spent eight years at Tassajara, where he held a number of positions including guest manager, meditation hall manager and director, he now lives at City Center where he is Program Director. He also served as Head Monk (Shuso) at Tassajara Winter of 2010 and as Zen Center Corporate Secretary prior to joining the programming department. David currently serves on the SFZC Diversity and Multiculturalism Committee, is a co-facilitator of Queer Dharma, and supports Dr. Lee Lipp with classes and workshops on "Transforming Depression and Anxiety."