with Gemma Gambee
As a community we have reprioritized our understanding of wellness to included a complete, holistic approach. We are, again, clear that the spirit, mind and body all need the proper attention to live a life of balanced happiness. Meditation is the non-secular tool we use to turn inward, tune into and attend to our spiritual and mental wellbeing.
If you’ve never meditated before, you’ve tried, but you struggle to maintain a regular practice, or if you are a regular meditator this course in the basics is for you. We will cover the basics, practice meditation together and we will dive deep into the wisdoms that inform our personal growth as divine human beings.
I believe strongly that meditation is the foundation of our wellbeing. It’s a practice that works on every level, creating a positive, long-term impact on our bodies, minds, and spirits. Meditation develops the relational functionality between the body, mind and spirit which results in the highest personal performance. Science is providing the proof of the physical benefits that we gain with a regular meditation practice. These benefits are incredibly vital to our health during this modern era full of deadlines, iPhones, and noise. The more profound reason—and less touted—is that we gain a deeper and more intimate relationship with the essences of self. As our relationship with the deepest part of self increases we are able to function holistically; allowing us to make clearer decisions more easily; live more from our intuition; produce and create more effortlessly; and show up inside our relationships in more honest and meaningful ways.
Come, jump in and celebrate the commitment to building a new relationship with yourself.
Exchange | $40
Gemma Gambee teaches a simple and accessible technique that meets the demands we face in in our everyday modern hustle. She has classically trained for more than two decades in the traditions of Yoga, Bhakti, Vedanta, and Tantric Shaivism. Teaching from the wisdom of these brilliant traditions, years of daily practice, and all that she has learned from a challenging and soul-changing path toward her own healing, Gemma hopes that through her accessible and honest approach to meditation one is able to live life from the perspective of their greatest self.