•  June 27 - 30, 2019

    There is wisdom within you just waiting to be discovered.

    Listening Deeply is a unique program brought to you by a team of experts who integrate ancient wisdom with modern medicine. Pioneers in their respective fields, their vast collective knowledge base spans clinical psychology and cardiology, to yoga therapy and meditation.

    With this combined expertise you will be guided deeply within as you explore the power of listening closely to yourself, others, and the natural world. You will discover holistic approaches to understanding the self through traditional techniques and reflection on sacred texts, as well as perspectives from cutting-edge medical science.

    Through mindful yoga practice, meditation, group sharing and outdoor meditative work, you will:

    · Learn invaluable practices for listening deeply to your body, heart, and innate wisdom.

    · Cultivate your ability to connect with others and with the environment.

    · Discover the Relax Into Yoga approach. This gentle practice informed by traditional yogic teachings stretches and strengthens your body, quiets your cognition, enhances your energy and opens you to the lessons available from other people, and from the natural world.

    · Begin to become aware of and listen to the abundant wisdom from subtle energies.

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    To learn more about the retreat site, visit Art of Living Retreat Center

    For more information contact Kimberly at kimberly@mindfulyogaworks.com or 503-245-9642.




    Jim Carson PhD is an Associate Professor at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) and developed the Yoga of Awareness program with Kimberly at Duke University, as well as the first mindfulness program for couples and a loving-kindness meditation program for medical patients. After living for 22 years as a swami (monk in the yoga tradition), Jim became a clinical psychologist and applies his expertise to the development and evaluation of meditation-based treatments.

    Kimberly Carson MPH C-IAYT, is a health educator and yoga therapist at OHSU and specializes in the therapeutic use of mindfulness and yoga for people with medical challenges. She codirects the Mindful Yoga Professional Trainings with Jim, and codirects the Integrative Yoga for Seniors Professional Trainings with Carol. She is co-author, with Carol, of the book Relax into Yoga for Seniors: A Six-Week Program for Strength, Balance, Flexibility and Pain Relief.

    Carol Krucoff C-IAYT E-RYT, is a yoga therapist at Duke Integrative Medicine and co-director with Kimberly of Yoga for Seniors, a network of yoga teachers dedicated to making yoga practices safe and effective for older adults. Carol is also an award-winning journalist and founding editor of the Washington Post’s Health Section; and she has authored several books — including Yoga Sparks: 108 Easy Practices for Stress Relief in a Minute or Less.

    Mitchell W. Krucoff M.D., F.A.C.C., F.A.H.A., F.S.C.A.I — is an interventional cardiologist and Professor of Medicine/Cardiology at Duke University Medical Center, as well as Director of the Cardiovascular Devices Unit at the Duke Clinical Research Institute. He is known for pioneering research in a number of areas, including complementary therapies in cardiovascular care, and has authored over 300 publications in the cardiology literature.