Sunday, 28 April 2024 10:00am - 12:00pm
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Presence in Movement and Touch

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Denise Berezonsky practicing a Breema bodywork seqence with Alexis Mulhauser
Introduction to Breema class
In-person


Breema relates to the body as a vehicle for entering into the present moment. Through presence, we can experience the innate intelligence and instinctive wisdom of the body, which connects us to our deeper nature. This class explores how the nurturing and dynamic movements of Self-Breema exercises and Breema bodywork support coming to body-mind connection and create an atmosphere of aliveness we can bring to all our activities.
 
No prior bodywork experience is necessary, but please be comfortable sitting and working on a padded floor. Dress comfortably and wear long pants, socks, and be fragrance-free.

10:00-11:30am        Class
11:30am-12:00pm   Mini-sessions for new students

This free event is offered as part of Bay Area Dance Week 2024.

Instructors

Denise Berezonsky

Breema Center staff
Breema Clinic practitioner

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.

"I love giving and receiving Breema bodywork. Breema, Self-Breema, and the Nine Principles...

Angela Porter

Breema Center staff

I have been a somatic therapist and professional counselor providing individual, couples, family, and group therapy since 1991. I was introduced to BREEMA in 1996 as the result of a profound injury/accident, and began studying in 1997. Now almost 30 years later, this wholistic, inclusive, common sense, principled practice and philosophy has become the foundation of my psychotherapeutic work. BREEMA is simple, practical, universal yet rudimentarily human, and offers us nothing less than...