This online event begins at 9:30am PDT, 12:30pm EDT, 18:30 CEST, 19:30 IDT.
Nearly all of us experience loss at some point in our life. At those times, we especially need clear perspectives and practical support. The shock and grief that often accompany our most difficult experiences can be transformed into energy we can use to increase our understanding of life and prepare ourselves to deal harmoniously with future events.
Using Self-Breema exercises and Breema's Nine Universal Principles of Harmony, we will present and practice simple, time-tested ways to reduce and release physical tension, balance our emotions, and clear our mind. All of Breema’s Nine Principles of Harmony can guide us from the complexity and feeling of separation that often accompanies loss in the direction of acceptance and being present. In this online class, you will be able to benefit from the tangible atmosphere of acceptance and mutual support which characterizes Breema.
You are welcome to contact Arlie Mischeaux ([email protected]) prior to enrolling if you would like more information about the classes.
(If you are in the process of new or profound grieving, please seek out professional help. This class is not meant to replace such assistance and does not take responsibility for that professional guidance and care.)
CE available: 1.0 hour
The Breema Center is approved to offer continuing education for massage practitioners and bodyworkers by the NCBTMB (#145251-00). If you’re interested in CE for this class, please email [email protected] for important details.
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Arlie began receiving Breema bodywork sessions in 1994 and soon after became a Certified Breema Practitioner and Instructor.
Since then, she has dedicated her efforts to teach and reach more people with the essential, transformative method that Breema offers, via classes, workshops and private sessions.
Over the years, she has studied and travelled with a keen interest in expanding her experience and understanding of many traditional healing methods with native peoples, shamans, medicine...
I am grateful to have been a student of Breema bodywork for over 30 years. During this time I have also been an instructor at the Breema Center and a practitioner at the Breema Clinic.
As a student, I was struck early on by becoming present effortlessly during and after Breema classes. The experience of the present moment is like coming home; something that was missing before my discovery of Breema. This experience of being present brings clarity of mind, quiet joyful feelings, and a...
The meaning of Breema, which is "the activity of the body when I am present," has fueled my professional studies and embodied my life with a new essential posture for thinking, feeling, and moving.
As a young child I was drawn to movement and connection. This impulse led me to the formalized study of dance and then decades of training and active practice in massage therapy and complimentary somatic modalities. Since 1995, my study of Breema introduced to me the a new dimension of...