This is an in-person class series at the Breema Center.
Breema speaks the language of your Being. You hear it from inside yourself, as though you are expressing a hidden understanding that has always been a part of you. That expression harmonizes your mind, feelings, and body.
Practicing Breema and working with the Nine Principles gives you the possibility to create a new relationship to life. Every moment you have of being present becomes the foundation of that relationship.
Being-participation is totally new in each moment, no two tastes are ever identical, yet every taste is tangible. By coming to the body again and again, we see and understand that experience is not in our mind, not in our feelings, nor in our sensations. It is a knowledge that is rooted in Consciousness.
Dates and Prices
- 7 Monday evenings (September 13- October 25)
- 7:00 - 8:30pm
- $20/ class (Certified Practitioners half price)
$120 for the full series (Certified Practitioners half price)
- Open to all levels
- PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED
For more information or to register in person, call 510-428-0937 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please wear comfortable long pants and socks. No fragrances, please. We follow current California State and Alameda County COVID guidelines.
Denise Berezonsky is co-author of Self-Breema: Exercises for Harmonious Life, Associate Director and Practitioner at the Breema Clinic and a Staff Instructor at the Breema Center. Denise has been working with Breema’s transformational approach to life since 1989 and in continuous practice at the Breema Clinic since 1991. She teaches online, throughout Northern California and in the Pacific Northwest.
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Ariadne is a Somatic Psychotherapist, with a private practice in the Rockridge area of Oakland.
Her therapeutic style has been most informed by the practice and personal study of both Breema Bodywork® and Formative Psychology®. Breema supports using body-mind connection to begin to come out of unconscious and reactive movement through life, and instead live with more choice, availability, and an inner authority with which we can to respond to life. Formative Psychology has supported her...