Hara-Focused Body Practice—for BIPOC Sangha
with Mayumi Ishino
September 27 - November 8, 2021
A series of simple movements connect the breath and body parts, releasing physical and mental tension, while deepening awareness of the lower abdomen (Hara). The center of this area is known as Tanden in Japanese and lower Dantian in Chinese. Tanden is an energetic activation point, not limited to muscle structures but including organs and neurological functions.
The class includes standing, sitting, and lying down positions as well as a brief sharing period. Please wear loose-fitting clothes and prepare a cushion and/or blanket. Yoga mat may help grounding feet.
Your registration confirmation will include a link to the Zoom session.
This series is offered as a part of Ango, if you would like to make an additional donation you may do so as part of this registration.
Mayumi has studied and led body and mind exercises in several countries over 20 years. In her movement classes she combines principles of various methods including Qigong, Yoga, Japanese monastic exercise, and physical therapy, in order to offer simple and accessible exercise for people of all backgrounds.
Learn more about Mayumi Ishino