Initiation into Neelakantha Meditation Day 2
Students who have previously learned Neelakantha Meditation from Paul Muller-Ortega or any Authorized Teacher are invited to attend Day 2 teachings at no cost, as part of their original tuition. Contact Heather Wertheimer at the email address below to enroll.
Neelakantha Meditation is an elegant and profound meditation practice that draws you into your Deepest Self, giving you access to more bliss, peace, and ease in life.
This simple twice-daily practice can be done anywhere you can safely close your eyes, making it possible to build it into the context of a busy schedule, amid all the demands of Householder life. When you learn Neelakantha Meditation, you also receive the knowledge you need to understand and integrate your experiences in deep meditation. But you don’t need any prior experience or background to learn the practice, and enjoy the benefits of Neelakantha Meditation.This initiation will take place via Zoom with the following schedule:
Saturday, October 23 Group session from 11 am - 12:30 pm Pacific time
Individual session with Heather on Saturday afternoon or evening TBA for 1 hour
Sunday, October 24 Group session from 10 am -12 pm Pacific time.
Cost of the workshop is $450 and includes the initiation weekend plus access to 18-month program for new practitioners through Blue Throat Yoga. Program includes live teleseminars, 18-month curriculum, and extensive online library. Free monthly meditation group meetings with Heather online via Zoom. Due to financial challenges many are experiencing right now, payment plans and partial scholarships are available.
For questions and registration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heather Wertheimer, MA has been practicing and studying Neelakantha Meditation with Paul Muller-Ortega since 2009. She became an authorized teacher of Neelakantha Meditation as taught by Blue Throat Yoga in 2017.
Heather is a meditation teacher, kirtan artist, singer, and songwriter.
She received her Master’s degree in Psychology, with a focus on Yoga and Mind/Body Health, from Sonoma State University in 2002. She worked as a therapist in Portland, OR, for 20 years and as a yoga teacher for 10 years.