Mediation as Refuge

Workshop Series with Susan Short, Touching Sky Meditation

Three Part Workshop Series October 11, 18 & 25, 2020

Learning how to meditate could be the one thing that keeps you calm and anchored when circumstances around you are not. Now more than ever this is what we need. Pulsation Yoga and Susan Short of Touching Sky Meditation invite you to attend a three-week series at Pulsation Yoga Lake Zurich in October: Meditation as Refuge. Students can choose to attend any one session or to register for all three for a discounted price.

Spend some time this fall slowing down and living more mindfully in each moment.

In this three week series, you will learn the best supportive posture for your body, how to identify and stay with your breath, and how to quiet your mind.  By the last class, you will have learned how to develop and maintain your home practice.  We will be focusing on mindfulness meditation every week in addition to practicing two alternative forms of meditation.

We are offering this workshop series online or in person (in the Lake Zurich studio) so everyone can find the peace and comfort that will work for them during meditation.

Cost per session: $25 ($20 if register by October 4, 2020)

Cost for series: $70 for all three ($50 if register by October 4, 2020)

Early bird rates apply until Sunday, October 4, 2020. Additional discounts are available if you register for all sessions together.

About Susan Short, MA

Focused on treating the complete body, mind and spirit, Susan Short began meditating seventeen years ago.  Susan believes the success of counseling, and ultimately life fulfillment, can be enhanced significantly when breath awareness, meditation, and mindfulness are part of the treatment.  Susan has a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern University, and she completed a year-long deep study in Meditation Teacher Training.  She continues to study at Touching Earth Mindfulness Center in Chicago.  Susan works with individuals, couples, and groups throughout the country.

“If you can breathe, you can meditate”