6921 Roosevelt Way N.E.
9:30 a.m. Saturday, March 23, 2013
Health | Wellness,
Workshop: Saturday and Sunday, March 23-24, 9:30am-5pm and 9:30am-1:30pm; Open House: Friday March 22, 7-8:30 pm
We all need support to be more present, balanced and available each day, and to nurture ourselves in the midst of life's demands. By learning how to come to body-mind connection via practicing Breema in the nonjudgmental atmosphere of a class, we become more and more familiar with the experience of presence.
Breema is a comprehensive system that uses movement and touch, integrated with universal principles, to support becoming present and remaining present. The two movement components - Self-Breema exercises and Breema bodywork - are ideal venues for practicing body-mind connection in the direction of body, mind, and feelings working together in harmony. The mind becomes receptive, the feelings supportive, and the body more vital.
When body, mind and feelings work together in unity, we are present, and our activity nurtures rather than drains us. Practicing Breema brings increased flexibility, vitality, and a tangible sense of wholeness and aliveness, and the principles can be applied in any activity or situation of life.
Taught in an experimental format, this weekend workshop includes:
-Self-Breema exercises you can do anytime to revitalize the body and support mental and emotional availability.
-Partner bodywork that nurtures and energizes both the practitioner and the recipient.
-Nine universal principles you can apply to bring more harmony to any activity.
To learn more about Breema in person before the workshop, come to our free "Experience Breema" evening on Friday, March 22 from 7-8:30pm, also at Studio M'illumino.
For more information about Breema, visit our website, or watch our videos on The Breema Channel on YouTube.
No prior bodywork experience needed, but please be comfortable sitting and working on a carpeted floor.
CE: 10 hours. The Breema Center is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education provider.
Submitted by the FullCalendar Event Promotion Service
Friday evening no charge; weekend workshop $200, $175 if paid by March 11; partial attendance available.