Embracing Our Whole Life:
Navigating the Difficulties in Practice and Life
A weekend non-residential retreat with Adrianne Ross
May 25-27, 2018
at Learning Disabilities Association of Saskatchewan
2221 Hanselman Court, Saskatoon
Friday, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (Open to public)
Retreatants: Friday evening and Saturday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Sunday 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Why does meditation sound so easy to do and yet seems to be so hard? In this retreat we’ll explore the obstacles both to our practice and to embodying the dharma in our lives. This exploration can transform these obstacles into a way of welcoming and being present with our whole life. In this silent retreat with alternating sitting and walking practice, there will be some guided meditation and instruction as well as opportunities to ask questions about your practice. This retreat will be suitable for both beginners and experienced practitioners; obstacles arise no matter how long we have been practicing!
On line registration is available at:
Or download the registration form here: Adrianne May 2018.
This retreat is freely offered.
In keeping with our tradition, there will be two dana (donation) bowls put out at the retreat, one for Adrianne Ross, the other to cover retreat expenses, if people would like to offer donations.
Adrianne Ross, MD, has been involved with meditation and healing since 1978. Her teaching is influenced by Burmese and Thai streams of Theravada as well as Dzogchen and contemplative practices. She teaches Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction to people with chronic pain and illness. She recently retired from working as a family physician to devote more time to personal practice and teaching retreats in Canada and the U.S.