This online event begins at 12:30pm PDT, 3:30pm EDT, 21:30 CEST, 22:30 IDT.
This ongoing class meets every Friday at 12:30pm Pacific Time. No charge.
Self-Breema exercises invite a new experience of the body, one that is actualized by being present in the moment. Unifying body, mind, and feelings allows us to experience that we actually exist. Working with the Nine Principles of Harmony while practicing the exercises guides us toward the most natural and beneficial ways of moving, breathing, and being. This by itself has a profound effect on our health, bringing new vitality and energy to body, mind and feelings.
The class series will feature Self-Breema exercises that are especially beneficial for the physical body, and we will highlight working with the principle of No Force in practicing Self-Breema and in other physical activities.
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.
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...
Birthe Kaarsholm RSMT, CMT is a staff instructor at the Breema Center in Oakland, California where she has taught and practiced Breema since year 2000. She is a Registered Somatic movement therapist and a certified Body-Mind Centering® practitioner and Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analyst®. With a life-long interest in working with the body, including physical theater, Body-Mind Centering and movement therapy, Breema’s approach to seeing the body as a vehicle to raise our level of...