Un dia sucede, que ya no te sientes somnoliento, la mente se ha cansado de ti, esta harta de ti, ha abandonado la idea de que puede atraparte, simplemente ?ya tuvo suficiente de ti!.
Puedes sentarte en cualquier lugar, pero lo que sea que veas no debe ser demasiado emocionante.
Primero encuentra una buena postura, puedes sentarte en un almohada, colchon o lo que sea tu desees pero una vez que te ubiques, permanece inmovil, porque si el cuerpo no se mueve, la mente automaticamente caera en silencio. Al principio parecera un poco dificil pero despues de unos pocos dias lo disfrutaras tremendamente. Mientras permanezcas sentado, permite una conciencia sin eleccion, sin dirigir la atencion a nada en particular, pero permaneciendo tan receptivo y alerta como sea posible, momento a momento. Existen diferentes posturas segun puedes ver en las imagenes, lo importante es que tu espalda se encuentre recta y descansando cada vertebra sobre la anterior, de forma relajada, no reclinada en nada.
Recuerda dejar todos los musculos relajarse, la barbilla recta, la boca suavemente cerrada y la lengua tocando la parte superior del paladar, la mirada suave y fija hacia abajo con los parpados entrecerrados, las manos con la mano dominante abrazando la otra y los pulgares tocandose ligeramente. Insight Meditation South Bay (IMSB) offers mindfulness-based meditation practices to awaken heart and mind, and to support the development of ethical living, meditation, and wisdom.
Jennifer Prugh is the founder of the Yoga Alliance certified RYT 200 and 500-hour ‘Joy of Yoga’ teacher training as well as the creator of both the Flying Lotus Aerial program, the Floating Lotus SUP program and the Hot Tapas program. Gary’s life has reflected three passions: athletics, the study of Eastern philosophy and photography. Desiree Rumbaugh, creator of the DVD series, Yoga to the Rescue, delights in teaching others what she has learned about overcoming challenges and healing body, mind and heart through the practice of Yoga. Richard Rosen began his practice of Hatha Yoga in 1980, and from 1982 to 1985 trained at the Iyengar Yoga Institute in San Francisco. Since 1989 he’s been on the board of directors of the California Yoga Teachers Association, and is President of its grant-making wing, the Yoga Dana Foundation, which supports California yoga teachers working with underserved populations, such as at-risk and incarcerated youth and disabled students. Michael is a renowned psychotherapist, yoga teacher, Buddhist teacher, author and activist, committed to the integration of traditional teachings with contemporary psychological and philosophical understanding.
James Mallinson’s interest in yoga grew out of a fascination for India and Indian asceticism – he spent several years living with Indian ascetics and yogis, in particular Ramanandi Tyagis.
Peter Abaci, MD, is certified in anesthesia and pain management by the American Board of Anesthesiology. En un cuerpo en movimiento, la mente tambien continua moviendose, porque el cuerpo-mente no son dos cosas. Los ojos deberan estar medio abiertos permitiendo a la mirada descansar suavemente en la pared.
Puedes sentarte sobre el piso directamente, en el borde de un cojin, arrodillarte sobre tus talones o sentarte sobre un banco zen, o en una silla.
We teach skills for developing mindfulness, loving-kindness and compassion, concentration, practical daily life wisdom, and the deep meditative absorptions called jhanas. We use mindfulness-based meditative approaches for spiritual awakening and require no adherence to religious dogma. He began his athletic pursuits as a collegiate tennis player and then evolved into triathlon where he competed in over forty triathlons and Ironman Austria. He believes the asana forms are preparation for meditation and for actualizing the yoga-dharma in everyday endeavors.


He has published extensively on modern yoga, including the first collection of scholarship on the topic, Yoga in the Modern World (2008), and the ground-breaking study of the modern history of asana, Yoga Body, The Origins of Modern Posture Practice.
For 12 of those years, he lived in Nepal, working as a psychotherapist and studying with many of the greatest Buddhist teachers of our time, including Mingyur Rinpoche’s late father, Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche.
His work explores the intersection of committed spiritual practice and social action. His yoga teaching method is to slow down the traditional Ashtanga Vinyasa Krama sequences balancing attention to alignment with meditative awareness. He became dissatisfied, however, with (to quote Sheldon Pollock) the “hypertrophy of method” that afflicts much of the humanities, and anthropology in particular, so sought to ground his future research in philology. Brant Pedersen became interested in chiropractic at the age of 15 while competing as a professional windsurfer. In addition to maintaining a busy practice, he has served as postgraduate lecturer at Palmer College of Chiropractic West, and as clinical nutrition consultant and advisory board member for a bay area cancer support center for years.
He serves as the Medical Director of the nationally recognized Bay Area Pain and Wellness Center, located in Los Gatos, California, which he cofounded with Dr. Llega un momento cuando tu simplemente estas alli sin mente.Lo segundo es, no veas hacia nada en particular, -solo el vacio, porque los ojos estan alli y uno tiene que ver hacia algo, pero no estan viendo hacia nada en particular. Manten tu espalda derecha, y descansa una mono en la otra con los pulgares tocandose formando un ovalo.
He now pursues trail running and mountain climbing, and is a corporate lawyer with over twenty years of experience. Tias is committed to teaching yoga as a contemplative path, leading to greater sensitivity, tolerance and deep understanding (prajna). Combine that with a positive attitude and you get an imagination that continually creates new ways of doing the same old thing.
After returning to the United States, Tim served for three years as the director of Gampo Abbey, the largest residential Buddhist monastery in North America. The one aspect of ascetic practice that is well represented in Sanskrit texts is yoga, so for his doctoral thesis he chose to edit an early text on ha?hayoga, the Khecarividya, which teaches in detail khecarimudra, one of traditional ha?hayoga’s most important practices, and he used fieldwork among traditional yogis in India to shed light on the text’s teachings. After being told by MDs to take medications for a recurrent pain in his hip, his coach guided him to a chiropractor. He’s lectured widely to various hospitals, clinics and health companies, in addition to working in an official capacity to various professional sports organizations.
Puedes ver los arboles, eso no es un problema porque ellos no se mueven y la escena permanece constante.
Gary was introduced to Eastern philosophy in college when he discovered the writings of Alan Watts which led to studies in Zen and Zen-inspired poetry. Born at the peak of the baby boom in 1959, Desiree feels it is her dharma to help people of all ages light up their lives and hearts with the ancient practice of Yoga, using the modern technology that we have today. His opinions on yoga have appeared (among other places) in the New York Times and Yoga Journal. In 2003, Tim founded the Yongey Foundation to support and promote Mingyur Rinpoche’s activities in the West. He is known for teaching anatomical and psychological depth within yoga postures and meditation.


As a chiropractor, certified clinical nutritionist and registered medical herbalist, he relentlessly pursues and studies health and natural healing methods.
Wisdom, peace and calm awareness pervade the silence of formal meditation and also the business of active daily life. Gary found yoga in 2000 as a way to recover from back trauma and has been studying and practicing yoga since that time. Tias is a long time student of Tsoknyi Rinpoche in the Dzogchen practice of Tibetan Buddhism. Join us for a weekend of new insight, thoughtful work and joyful laughter with this disarmingly authentic teacher. Abaci received his bachelor’s degree and graduated magna cum laude from UC San Diego, attended medical school at the University of Southern California, and performed his specialty training in pain management at UC San Francisco.
We train our minds through meditation and contemplation and apply that clarity to our complex daily interactions. Gary has a Certificate of Yoga Philosophy from the California Institute of Integral Studies.
He is trained in Vipassana meditation and the Japanese Soto school of Zen Buddhism founded by Dogen. Pedersen received his undergraduate pre-medical training at the University of California at Santa Cruz, and completed his formal chiropractic training at Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, California where he graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors as the valedictorian of his class. A widely respected expert on chronic pain management and a highly successful chronic pain sufferer, he is the author of Take Charge of Your Chronic Pain: The Latest Research, Cutting-Edge Tools, and Alternative Treatments for Feeling Better. Dejala que sea natural y eso te relajara mucho mas.El cuarto aspecto es, deja tu cuerpo permanecer tan inmovil como sea posible. He has studied yoga at Esalen Institute, Parmarth Niketan Ashram and Satchidananda Ashram-Yogaville.
He currently studies koans within the Chan Buddhist traditions in China with Roshi Joan Sutherland. Abaci also serves as an expert and weekly contributor for the Chronic Pain Community on WebMD. Dr. Abaci began his quest to radically change conventional chronic pain thinking and treatment after dealing with the agony of his second anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear. His mission is to help transform the way medicine treats pain and to restore hope for healing and optimum long-term health. His practice and teaching is influenced by the work of Ida Rolf, Moshe Feldenkreis and Thomas Hanna.
Tias earned a BA from Amherst College Mass in 1988 and a Masters degree in Eastern Philosophy from St. Abaci focuses on developing alternative solutions to treating chronic pain by drawing on neuroscience research, evidence-based medicine, ancient healing remedies, stress management techniques, nutrition principles, exercise programs, art therapy, and real-life lessons.



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