Tuesday, 11 May 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm
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The Heart Opens in the Moment - How the Nine Principles of Harmony Help Friendships Flourish

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This online event begins at 12:00pm PDT, 3:00pm EDT, 21:00 CEST, 22:00 IDT.


We all thrive when we have friends. That’s true in good times, but when life presents challenges, having meaningful friendships is even more crucial. In this 4-week series, we’ll explore questions like:

What makes friendships more meaningful?

What is my responsibility to my friends?

What supports new friendships, and keeps long-standing ones resilient?

How can family members or colleagues become our friends?

We’ll look into the role of Breema, Self-Breema, and the Nine Principles of Harmony—especially the principle of Mutual Support—in creating and nurturing friendships in many areas of our lives, and there will be time for questions and answers.

We’ll also practice lots of Self-Breema to support aliveness and body mind connection.

CE available: 1.0 hours
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.

Need help with Zoom? Click breema.com/zoomhelp

Instructors

Elaine Pendergrast

Breema Center staff
Breema Clinic practitioner

Elaine started studying Breema in 1991, and soon became a Certified Practitioner and Instructor. On staff at the Breema Center, she teaches classes there regularly, and has presented Breema at many outreach events to new people at workshops, conferences, health fairs, retreat centers, and other venues around the country. She has also been a Practitioner at the Breema Clinic for many years and enjoys working with new and established clients.

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Susan Mankowski

Breema Center staff
Breema Clinic practitioner

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 interest led me to the formalized study of dance and then decades of training and active practice in massage therapy and complementary somatic modalities. Since 1995, my study of Breema introduced to me the a new dimension of...

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