Saving the Planet (and Ourselves) One Breath at a Time

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Sun Feb 26 at 04:00 pm EDT
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Beryl will show how, by slowly learning to pay attention, we all can begin to quiet our noisy brain. Through the practice of breathing and meditation we will learn to see more clearly, turn on the relaxation response, deal with our high stress culture, and ultimately become more happy, healthy, calm, content and conscious.
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Students and friends from around the country will be tuning in to join us for a short and easy yoga meditation technique. This is an easy method you can use in any situation to calm the mind and relax the body. There will be a 15-20 minute introduction and then the meditation and visualization portion will be 15 minutes. We will have lots of time at the end for questions about yoga methodology, meditation, or breathing.
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  • Recorded :
    Sun Feb 26 at 04:00 pm EDT
  • Total :
    1 Session(s)
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Saving the Planet (and Ourselves) One Breath at a Time
60 Minute Session
Sun Feb 26 at 03:00 pm EDT
About Creator
Beryl Bender Birch graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in English and Philosophy. She has been an avid student of classical yoga and the study of consciousness since l971, and is the founder/director of The Hard & The Soft Yoga Institute and the Give Back Yoga Foundation. She has been teaching in the classical yoga tradition and training yoga teachers as "spiritual revolutionaries" for 40 years and is the best selling author of many books on yoga, including Power Yoga and her just published, Finding Peace, a yoga and meditation guide for veterans which she wrote for the Give Back Yoga Foundation.