This online event begins at 9:00am PDT, 12:00pm EDT, 18:00 CEST, 19:00 IDT.
Ongoing every Monday at 9am PT.
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.
Join us as we look at how Breema can guide us in this direction and help us find us greater self-understanding. We’ll practice Self-Breema to get a taste of body-mind connection, an essential first step towards becoming present, and discuss how it can enter into all aspects of our lives.
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 call the Center at 510-428-0937 for important details.
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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...