Rediscover the present moment through meditation and photography.
Meditation and photography share the same goal. To capture the freshness of the present moment. To find beauty in our everyday experience. To change the way we see the world.
In this workshop we will explore ways to develop mindfulness, awareness and spaciousness, allowing us to be more present and relaxed in everything we do.
The day begins with a grounding in the practice of meditation, suitable for both experienced meditators and those who have never tried before. After exploring how to use our sense of sight as a support for meditation, we will head out into the world to put that into action with our cameras. The day will include plenty of time for discussion, clarification and sharing our photographs, and we will end with a final meditation session.
Spaces are limited to ensure an enjoyable interactive experience, so book now!
Please bring a digital camera and make sure you know how to use at least the automatic function, as the focus of the day is on being and seeing rather than technical instruction.
The workshop will be led by Kimberly Poppe and held in English.
Lunch is not included, but we will have a good break where people can have lunch out either as a group or individually. We will provide suggestions.
If you have any questions at all about the workshop in general, payment, etc., please email email@example.com. We never turn anyone away for financial reasons. If you are interested in the workshop but truly cannot afford the full amount, please don’t hesitate to get in touch and let us know what you can manage.
Kimberly is a meditation teacher who has received personal instruction from some of the greatest Tibetan Buddhist masters of our time. She leads meditation workshops and retreats in many countries and is the co-founder of bodhi, an international community started in Amsterdam and dedicated to bringing a clear mind and an open heart into every aspect of our lives. She is an accomplished photographer and her images can be found in private collections around the world.