Breema: Connecting to the Bigger Picture
Most of our difficulties arise from relying on an incomplete or incorrect perspective to relate to the situations and life events through which we are going. Connecting to the Bigger Picture introduces a look at life that is more comprehensive, inclusive, and holistic. Rather than being based on the relative knowledge of the separate parts, it is grounded in the wisdom of the whole and the essential relationship between parts and the whole.
In Breema, connection to the bigger picture begins with connection to the body, to the knowledge of there is a body which we know by taste. When we are present, the bigger picture comes into view, judgment decreases, and we see things more as they actually are. In those moments, life is not a series of problems to be solved but an experience to taste.
Using Breema's Nine Principles of Harmony as the foundation of study, this eight-class series supports a clearer direction toward greater health and self-understanding. Each class includes instruction in Breema bodywork, Self-Breema exercises, and body-centered meditation and movement.
No prior experience is needed.
Hours can be applied to the Breema Center's Practitioner Certificate Program. CEs available for massage therapists, bodyworkers, and other health professionals. For more info visit breema.com/practitioner
Each class is from 7:00–9:00pm ET
October 17, 24
November 7, 14, 21, 28
December 5, 12
Fee is $400 ($360 if paid by October 3)
Please contact for more information and to register:
267-864-8608 (call/text) or @matthew-5thelement (venmo)
Matthew Tousignant, M.A., CMT holds degrees from Harvard University and the California Institute of Integral Studies. A Certified Breema Practitioner and Instructor, he currently teaches Breema extensively in the U.S. and Europe. Matthew’s body-centered therapeutic work, based out of Lambertville, New Jersey, combines the universal wisdom of Breema with a practical knowledge of psychology to connect others to their unique potential as human beings.
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