“To be mindful is to be more aware, in the moment, of our experience; to be more present and more open. Though we might fear this state of mind would hinder our ability to get things done, the opposite is true… [Mindfulness can] enhance the creativity, refinement and production of our work. Also, people who […]Read More All Posts
Bayeshan (Cooper) emphasizes working with the paradox and tension between movement and stillness, how to be still and to be moving at the same time, how to be moving and to also flow with effortlessness at the same time. There is a deep quality of mindfulness that seems to inform and infuse her teaching and what she invites from her students.