This online event begins at 10:30am PDT, 1:30pm EDT, 19:30 CEST, 20:30 IDT.
When we react to what’s going on in our life, it means we are looking from the limited perspective of one part of ourselves, especially with our associative mind and our reactive emotions. We see “problems” and react against them, unproductively. But looking through the lens of Breema gives us a real perspective from which to view our life: by practicing body-mind connection in the direction of being present, we can have moments of being present in the midst of difficulties, rather than remaining caught in the past and future. Relating from this deeper, essential level of ourselves gives the possibility of having meaning and direction as we navigate our life. As well as doing Self-Breema to nurture body-mind connection, there will be time for questions and discussions to support each of us to be more present in our lives.
This eight-week series meets every Friday from September 10 through October 29. No charge.
No prior experience needed. The exercises are accessible for people of all degrees of strength and flexibility.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for important details.
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Roxanne Caswell, CMT, is a Staff Instructor at the Breema Center in Oakland, CA, since 1991. She maintains an active international teaching schedule.
Join me for personal Self-Breema classes live online, one-on-one, via Zoom. For your first free session, click "Send message" and let me know when you would like to schedule one.
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Angela has been a professional counselor since 1991 and a Breema practitioner since 1998. She specializes in holistic behavioral therapy with groups, families, individuals, as well as education, training, and clinical supervision for therapists.
Treating people with co-occurring mental health & emotional imbalances, addictions, and relational/ behavioral health issues, has been the primary focus of her work for the past 25 years, as well as incorporating wellness practices via the body...