Stillness in Motion Sept. 2021


Stillness in Motion

A Body-Centered Meditation Retreat

with Martin Bruders and Gary Joplin

September 2 – 5, 2021
Start : Thursday 2.9.2021 – 2 pm CET
End: Sunday 5.9.2021 – 11 pm CET

310 € (incl. VAT) early bird price until August 8, 2021 
thereafter from August 9, 2021 normal price 350 € (incl. VAT)

Language: English

8 – 30 participants (open for all levels of meditation and body work skills)

Info & Contact
Franziska Klatte
Phone. +49 (0)4407 – 716 094

Planned time schedule (with the intention to bring the different time zones together):

Thursday 2nd to Sunday 5th September 2021
SanFran Central Time Boston Berlin, Oslo, Zürich Israel
Minus 9 Minus 7 Minus 6 CET Plus 1
05.00 – 14.00 07.00 – 16.00 08.00 – 17.00 14.00 – 23.00 15.00 – 24.00
60-60 05.00 – 07.00 07.00 – 09.00 08.00 – 10.00 14.00 – 16.00 15.00 – 17.00
Break 30 min.
40-20-40 07.30 – 09.10 09.30 – 11.10 10.30 – 12.10 16.30 – 18.10 17.30 – 19.10
Break 80 min.
60-60 10.30 – 12.30 12.30 – 14.30 13.30 – 15.30 19.30 – 21.30 20.30 – 22.30
Break 30 min.
20-40 13.00 – 14.00 15.00 – 16.00 16.00 – 17.00 22.00 – 23.00 23.00 – 00


Seminar description

This 4-day retreat, taking place online from the 02nd through the 05th of September, is an invitation to experience a more intimate connection to yourself, your body, and your own relationship to the divine, supported by a group of like-minded global practitioners. Through a guided journey of successively deepening contemplative exploration, we will create a possibility for the beauty of the current moment to unfold in all its richness.

Food for the Soul
This will be a time for a soft, yet deep-reaching physical/somatic practice while listening to the stillness of our inner space. Each of us on our own journey and yet intimately connected.

This retreat is designed to open up new perspectives in your own relationship to your current meditation practice, with a special focus on the interface between body and mind. During the four days, we will alternate between deep somatic practices to both open subtle awareness and ground the physical body, and periods of sitting in silent meditation to open into a clearer sense of spaciousness. This guidance along with the energetic support of a field of fellow meditators from around the world, offers an invitation for the next level of your meditation practice to unfold from where you are into a deeper melding of body, mind, and spirit.

Body Mind Awakening
Each day will begin with a soft yet energizing seated movement session to awaken and heighten subtle perception in the physical body, while also activating the intelligence in our skin and our senses.
Sitting Guided and Stillness Meditation: Anchor yourself deeper in your breathing, relax into the simplicity of sitting. Just be with what is. Present, spacious, here!

Walking Meditation
Practical information and guidance will also allow for a new relationship to walking meditation, opening the possibility for the body to reveal hidden layers of emotional and energetic information, effectively unwinding and bringing into movement parts of us which have been frozen in time.

Somatic Practices
Utilizing our group field to experience a deeper synchronicity and coherence between our bodies. Through guided improvisational movement sequences, we will foster a deepening inner connection and inner synchronization enhanced and supported through this group attunement.




Martin Bruders and Gary Joplin are both senior students of the spiritual teacher Thomas Hübl, with whom they have forged close student-teacher relationships over the past 14 years. Both are involved with Thomas in various projects and groups, both in Germany and internationally.

Martin is a moderator for the Celebrate Life Festival in Germany and has facilitated numerous meditation retreats for the Academy of Inner Science.

Gary assists Thomas in live and online seminars and trainings in China, the US, Israel and Germany, providing somatic training which is highly aligned with Thomas’ teachings. He has assisted the Timeless Wisdom Trainings 4, 5, and 6 as well as The Pocket Project and numerous New Year’s retreats in Germany and Israel.