What would it be like to:
Hold a sense of steadiness in the midst of ever-changing external conditions;
Be present to constantly arising, moment-to-moment sensations, thoughts and emotions;
Be completely engaged and willing to be impacted by what is here;
Feel fully alive and connected with the miracle and majesty of the Pacific Ocean?
Join us for this half-day retreat of exploration and experience: bringing full presence of open senses, heart and mind, surrendering to the awe of the Ocean’s teachings of Waking-Up in the Wild.
Sittin’-in-the-Waves is a meditation practice developed by Marianne Rowe. Different from surfing, swimming or boogie-boarding, this practice is focused on being rather than doing while in the water. It is an amazing experience of exhilaration— of being moved, splashed and spun-around—and reclaiming balance of the body and mind.
So, grab a wetsuit (bring your own or you can rent one) and join us for this opportunity to meditate in Monterey Bay.
After our time in the water, we’ll enjoy a picnic lunch and each other, as we share our perspectives, insights and experiences.
Teacher: Marianne Rowe
Saturday, September 14
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Asilomar Beach, Pacific Grove, CA
(Non-participation Policy: No refunds)
This retreat is part of the “Waking Up in the Wild” series.
Facilitator: Marianne Rowe is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Meditation Teacher, and Lifelong Lover of the Ocean. She is the founder of Mindful Education Project and a founding teacher of Monterey Bay Meditation Studio. www.mariannerowe.net