Pay What You Can Class Recordings

Deep Bows & Gratitude

I have been moved to share this work freely with others for a years now. But as you know, I also need to make a living doing my work. My quandary has been how to strike a balance and what does that balance mean to me?

So I have decided to launch a Dāna Based Virtual platform (beginning April 2016) that will bring you recorded Awareness Through Movement® in both video and audio format and a short follow-up Conscious Play exploration.

Dāna (pronounced “DAH-nuh”), noun. Dāna is a Sanskrit and Pali term meaning “generosity” or “giving” of alms, donations, or materials, But it can also mean a giving of energy or wisdom (dharma) to others. In Buddhism, it also refers to the practice of cultivating unattached and unconditional generosity, giving and letting go.

Why I Chose Dāna Based Practice?

Two reasons. The first is simple. It resonates with me. I was first introduced to the concept of dāna while attending a meditation retreat. I was simply told to pay what I could and what I felt the teaching was worth… a cup of tea, a pizza, a night out or a weekend away. To be honest, this approach resonates with me. I like the permission to honor where one is in life. I like the suggestion of examining what I might give up to give. I like the suggestion of giving that which I give up to another—knowing that my contribution might buy a cup of tea, a meal, or help to sustain the life of someone who has so freely given to me.

The second reason is a bit more selfish. You see, teaching on a dāna is itself a form of dāna. It helps me to nurture my own sense of generosity, trust, goodwill, gratitude, and a sense of community. The practice of generosity is a significant spiritual practice in its own right, the dāna system encourages me as much as it encourages you to engage in a practice of generosity. The question of how much to give in dāna has prompted me to reflect deeply on my own values, fears, and generosity. Believe me coming to the conclusion to create regular lessons that are available at a value determined by the recipient inspired a few of my fears to rear their hungry heads. However, I do believe that dāna is a means for expressing some of the best qualities of the human heart.

Other Ways To Give

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Help Another Thrive

Did a specific class or one of my free Audio Lessons inspire you to give? Maybe you or someone you care about has been helped by the Feldenkrais Method? What ever it is that inspires you to give, please know that we are grateful.

This one-time gift of generosity will help to bring the benefits of the Feldenkrais Method to those who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford it.

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Maybe you want to give something, but money just doesn’t feel right. Or maybe this whole idea of “just giving” is weird for you. Now you can treat yourself, or a loved one, to one of my super fabulous Feldie designs over at my Zazzle Store.

A portion of those profits will go into the Pay It Forward fund for serving others and you will will get some super sassy swag.

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