Jenni Large – Letting go of thought to rest in impermanence

An Iso-somatic Session

This meditation takes inspiration from Yoga Nidra, the Feldenkrais Method as well as meditation teachers Tara Brach, Joseph Goldstein and Ram Dass.

Positioned for the duration either laying down or in constructive rest, this meditation leads the practitioner into experiencing the ‘sensational’ duality of heaviness and lightness in the body simultaneously. With an overarching focus on dissociating with the thinking mind and coming home to the sensing body, this practice reminds us of impermanence and finds presence through noticing the comings and goings of sound, sensation and breath.

Photo by Gabriel Comerford

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Description

An Iso-somatic Session

This meditation takes inspiration from Yoga Nidra, the Feldenkrais Method as well as meditation teachers Tara Brach, Joseph Goldstein and Ram Dass.

Positioned for the duration either laying down or in constructive rest, this meditation leads the practitioner into experiencing the ‘sensational’ duality of heaviness and lightness in the body simultaneously. With an overarching focus on dissociating with the thinking mind and coming home to the sensing body, this practice reminds us of impermanence and finds presence through noticing the comings and goings of sound, sensation and breath.

Additional information

Collection

Iso-somatic Sessions

Artist

Jenni Large

Title

Letting go of thought to rest in impermanence

Bio

Jenni is a contemporary dancer, teacher, assistant rehearsal director and choreographer. Since graduating from WAAPA in 2010 she has performed extensively throughout Australia and the world with companies and independent artists including; Sue Peacock, Aimee Smith, Isabella Stone, Rhiannon Newton, Dance Makers Collective, Leigh Warren & Dancers, Tasdance and Dancenorth. As a choreographer and a teacher Jenni is enthralled by duality and delights in using comparison and contrast as a frame for learning and creating. Jenni’s practice oscillates between and is influenced by; contemporary dance, improvisation, yoga, Feldenkrais performance art, installation and audience interaction.

Track number

4