Breathe & Take a Sound Rest - Whew 2022!

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Breathe & Take a Sound Rest - Whew 2022!

On full moons, Jan to Apr, join in for chillout sessions - breathing and meditating on sound and silence.

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About this event

Release some stress, relax, and rejuvenate the system on the Full Moons - Jan 17 (Mon), Feb 15 (Tues), Mar 17 (Thurs), and April 15 (Fri) from 9:00 to 9:30PM (Regina, Canada time).

During this 30-minute session, we will meditate on our breath, improvised soundscapes (Stacey will play bowls or gongs), and silence.

TIME NOTE: Times are Regina, AB, Canada time. Check your timezone if you are zooming in from other areas.

Headphones are recommended for the sounded portion of the meditation, but if you don't have them, it'll be okay, too.

This event is free for students, sessional instructors, and folks with limited income. $ should not be a barrier to wellness events. This event has a 'dana' or donation option for those who are able and those who wish to do so.

Once you register here, you'll receive a confirmation email with the zoom link.

About the facilitator:

Stacey Bliss, PhD, is a researcher, educator, and gong-sound artist. She is trained to teach kundalini yoga and meditation, restorative yoga, and has studied mindfulness at Thich Nhat Hanh's Blue Cliff Monastery in Pine Bush, NY. She has had several years of personal practice with Gurmukhi mantra as well as Vedantic traditions. Stacey has studied the ways and Art of Gong with Don Conreaux in New York, Toronto, Shanghai, and India. Contemporary influences on Stacey's mindfulness and meditation offerings include Thich Nhat Hanh and Rev. angel Kyodo williams.

Stacey is a sessional instructor at the University of Regina (Regina, SK, Canada) in the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance (MAP). These meditation offerings began as weekly sessions in Nov 2020 during the pandemic. We forge ahead, in online community! She is currently teaching MAP200AK - Meditation, Social Justice, and Art at U of Regina, SK and Writing About Images at Mount Royal University in Calgary, AB.

She is also has research affiliations with: University of Alberta as an Appointed Adjunct Academic Colleague in the Faculty of Education, working with the Arts-based Research Studio (led by Diane Conrad); University of Regina as a guest scholar at Humanities Research Institute; University of Guelph as a Research Associate with IICSI (International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation); and, she is a recipient of a SSHRC Insight Development Grant (2021-2023).

Main event photo is a Paiste Moon gong. Photos below: Stacey Bliss at Art Gallery of Regina/Neil Balkwill Centre courtyard in June 2021 (photo credit - Evie Ruddy). Photos further below: Stacey's relaxation teacher - cat Frances Bean, and a capture from a prerecorded video presentation of my research with gong master teachers for ISAN (International Symposium on Autoethnography and Narrative) for Jan 5, 2022.

Stacey is currently living, writing, and teaching from the traditional territories of the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, which include the Blackfoot Confederacy (comprising the Siksika, Piikani, and Kainai First Nations), the Tsuut’ina First Nation and the Stoney Nakoda First Nation as well as the Northwest Métis – Region 3.

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