Introduction to Mindful Movement
This time of social distancing offers a unique opportunity to experience silence and to investigate the inner dimensions of running in solitude. All of the major marathons have been postponed and many of us are scrambling to maintain our training routines without the support of our team or training mates.
The Introduction to Mindful Movement course, based on five years of research and development with world class runners and meditation experts, is designed to help you explore the dynamic between silent and moving meditation. We're introducing eight mindfulness themes (breath, sounds, emotions...) that are being taught as seated and running sessions respectively. It’s a unique format aimed at helping you establish a more examined approach to running and life in general.
The goal of this course is not to make you run faster or become a better meditator. There is another game to play here and it's about exploring the nature of the mind in all of its depth and complexity. Let's bring these new learnings to our physical training and become wiser and more compassionate in the process.
1. Who is the breather - 34:50
2. What do you feel - 30:16
3. What is sound - 23:12
4. What do you feel - 28:15
5. What is your thought - 29:00
6. What do you train - 29:38
7. What is happening - 28:32
8. Would you like to dance - 25:48
1. Who is the breather - 11:36
2. What do you feel - 13:52
3. What is sound - 10:08
4. What do you feel - 08:32
5. What is your thought - 10:48
6. What do you train - 13:36
7. What is happening - 12:16
8. Would you like to dance - 13:35