May I Have Your Attention - 3 Workshops. Oct, Nov & Dec 2019 at St Leonards, NSW

10:00am Saturday, 12 October 2019
12:30pm Saturday, 7 December 2019
Workshop
Mindful Action Studio
Suite 203, Level 2, 52 Atchison Street
St Leonards, New South Wales 2065
Australia

May I Have Your Attention

Facilitated by Zoran Kovich  MSc, Certified Feldenkrais Trainer

You live in a complex world full of distractions and demands on your time. Stop a while and enjoy attending to yourself in ways that leave you feeling mentally focused, physically refreshed and emotionally energised. That's exactly what the practical movement-based awareness activities in these workshops are designed to do.

A student said to his Zen master, “Please write for me something of great wisdom.” 

The Master picked up a calligraphy brush and wrote one word: “Attention.” 

The student said, “Is that all?” 

Picking up the brush again the master wrote, “Attention. Attention.” 

The student became irritable. “That doesn’t seem profound or subtle to me.” 

In response, the master wrote simply, “Attention. Attention. Attention.”

In frustration, the student demanded, “What does this word ‘attention’ mean?” 

The master replied, “Attention means attention.”

Find out more at the Mindful Action Studio website.

https://www.mindfulactionstudio.com/mihya

3 Sessions, 10--12:30 for all sessions

·       Saturday 12 October

·       Saturday 9 November

·       Saturday 7 December

Contact Information

Zoran Kovich

May I Have Your Attention

Facilitated by Zoran Kovich  MSc, Certified Feldenkrais Trainer

You live in a complex world full of distractions and demands on your time. Stop a while and enjoy attending to yourself in ways that leave you feeling mentally focused, physically refreshed and emotionally energised. That's exactly what the practical movement-based awareness activities in these workshops are designed to do.

A student said to his Zen master, “Please write for me something of great wisdom.” 

The Master picked up a calligraphy brush and wrote one word: “Attention.” 

The student said, “Is that all?” 

Picking up the brush again the master wrote, “Attention. Attention.” 

The student became irritable. “That doesn’t seem profound or subtle to me.” 

In response, the master wrote simply, “Attention. Attention. Attention.”

In frustration, the student demanded, “What does this word ‘attention’ mean?” 

The master replied, “Attention means attention.”

Find out more at the Mindful Action Studio website.

 

https://www.mindfulactionstudio.com/mihya

3 Sessions, 10--12:30 for all sessions

·       Saturday 12 October

·       Saturday 9 November

·       Saturday 7 December