with Lee Klinger Lesser
July 20-25 (Sunday-Friday)
All are welcome.“If you have these two things -- the willingness to change, and the acceptance of everything as it comes -- you will have all you need to work with.”
-- Charlotte Selver
Life is uncertain. As much as we try to create stability and predictability, each moment brings its own surprise, and its own unique offering. The more we can show up for each moment just as it is, the more we can thrive in the midst of uncertainty. Our sensations are wonderful allies in this process. As we rely on them, we can find freedom in the midst of any experience. In this retreat, we practice mindful attention and openhearted inquiry, sharing group meals and holding classes inside and outside, in daylight and darkness, learning from our own direct experiencing.Retreat fee:
Lee Klinger Lesser
Lee Klinger Lesser has been leading workshops in Sensory Awareness for over 30 years. She led workshops together with Charlotte Selver, founder of Sensory Awareness in the United States. Lee began studying Zen in 1978 and appreciates the deep interconnectedness of these practices. She co-founded Honoring the Path of the Warrior, offering mindfulness retreats for returning veterans.