Wednesday, 16 December 2020 9:00am - 9:30am
  • Pacific Standard Time
  • UTC -08:00
  • America/Los_Angeles

The Principle of Body Comfortable - Self-Breema Class (via Zoom)

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Online

This online event begins at 9:00am PST, 12:00pm EST, 18:00 CET, 19:00 IST.

This class series meets Wednesday morning from 9-9:30am Pacific Time. No charge.

Join us for this online Self-Breema series exploring the Breema Principle of Body Comfortable.

When we begin to notice how tension and inertia present in our lives, we are supported by the principle of Body Comfortable. As we practice bringing the mind to the body we see that our energy is renewed and refreshed. As a direction, Body Comfortable becomes a natural expression of harmony with Existence.

Many and varied, the Self-Breema movements include gentle stretches, rhythmic movements, and unique postures. Each exercise provides an ideal opportunity to apply and experience the Breema principles. Practicing Self-Breema is both nurturing and energizing, and supports physical and physiological flexibility and vitality, mental clarity, and emotional balance.

Note: The class starts at 9:00am PT (Pacific Time), which is 19:00 IT (Israel Time), or 18:00 CET (Central European Time).

Need help with Zoom? Click breema.com/zoomhelp

Instructors

Alexandra Johnson

Breema Center staff
Breema Clinic practitioner

I am a Family Physician, and have been a Breema Practitioner and Instructor for over 20 years. I have found Breema's non-judgmental atmosphere to be invaluable in working with any health condition. I am consistently amazed at the effect of Breema bodywork, Self-Breema exercises, and Nine Principles of Harmony in increasing vitality, addressing acute concerns, and offering new templates for relating to body, mind, and feelings. I began working as a Practitioner at the Breema Clinic in 2002, and...

Kevin Johnson

Kevin has been studying Breema since 2003.  After studying several mind-body modalities over the years, he was happy to discover Breema.  He was drawn to the practice as he found it very useful outside of the classroom in everyday life.  It is also a very simple practice focusing on registering the breathe and the weight of the body.

Kevin lives in Berkeley with his wife and 5 children.  He enjoys yoga, hiking, body boarding and travel.

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