Yoga Infused with Mindfulness
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Sati means “mindfulness” in Pali, the first written language of Buddhism. In the Buddhist tradition, mindfulness is formally practiced in seated meditation, but we are also encouraged to be mindful in all of our activities, embracing life as a precious gift to be cherished.
Based in the Washington, DC metro region, Jennifer O'Sullivan offers mindfulness-based yoga classes and workshops that foster greater awareness of one's inner environment. Jennifer is a dedicated student of Sarah Powers, and is endorsed to teach Insight Yoga, a heart-centered approach that interweaves the insights and practices of Yoga, Buddhism, Taoism, and Transpersonal Psychology. Find out more about Jen, take a class and find a workshop.
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