Title: Health and Wellness Workshop: On Stretches for Meditation
and Proper Sitting Postures
Meditation is an essential practice in learning Zen Buddhism. There is an old saying that states, “The merit of a short meditation can bebetter than that of building a magnificent pagoda. Eventually the pagoda will diminish into ashes while a glimpse of pure mind from meditation can give rise to enlightenment.”
To prepare for meditation, one has to adjust 5 things: body, mind, breathing, diet, and sleep. With respect to adjusting the body, most of the people cannot endure the leg and/or back pains in meditation.
However, there are various techniques helping meditators to ease these situations. In this workshop, Dr. Wendy Chuang will explain them in detail and provide us practical tips as to developing more proper postures for sitting as well as walking meditation.>> Flyer
Free Admission. The lecture will be conducted in English with Mandarin translation if needed.
Dr. Wendy Chuang--
Dr. Wendy Chuang received her B.S. in Neuroscience and Physiology from U.C. San Diego and earned her Doctor of Chiropractic in 2000 from Palmer College of Chiropractic West. She is the founder of Natural Health Pros in Sunnyvale and has served as a part-time faculty at Palmer College of Chiropractic West for many years.
In addition to her professional career, Dr. Chuang has volunteered and conducted numerous seminars at various organizations worldwide. In 2009, she was honored as one of the “community heroes in Silicon Valley.”