The event will be held at Chicago Mindful Psychotherapy – 5537 N. Clark Street
Friday, March 22, 6:30-8:30pm
Saturday, March 23, 12:30-4:30pm
Embodied awareness is a practice of meeting the body on its own terms, learning to safely reconnect and heal. Through embodied awareness we develop an ability to truly listen to our bodies, deepening our capacity to approach subtle sensations and emotions with a more inquisitive and evolving compassionate heart.
In this evening talk and half-day workshop we will dive deep into transformational embodied awareness practices that engage a unified and joyful loving presence. Through periods of meditation and discussion we will explore and develop our connection to a calmer, more resilient, and interconnected state of being and discover how to move beyond the self-fragmentation that causes unnecessary suffering.
Scott Tusa is a Buddhist teacher based in Brooklyn, New York. Ordained by His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama, he spent nine years as a Buddhist monk. He currently teaches meditation and Buddhist psychology nationally and supports Tsoknyi Rinpoche’s Pundarika Sangha as a practice advisor. He trained in Buddhist philosophy and meditation with some of the greatest living masters since his early twenties.