Richard P. Brown
Richard P. Brown, MD, associate professor of psychiatry at Columbia University and graduate of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, gives more than 100 lectures and courses every year. Coauthor of more than 90 scientific articles, books, and chapters, he is a certified teacher of aikido (4th Dan), qigong, yoga, and meditation. Richard’s neurophysiological theory explains the effects of yoga breathing, particularly for anxiety, depression, and PTSD. He develops mind-body workshops for professionals, clinical studies, and the public, and offers workshops for members of the 9/11 community through Serving Those Who Serve.
breath-body-mind.com and stws.org
|October 18–23, 2015||Breath Immersion 2015: From Science to Samadhi|
|November 6–8, 2015||The Resilient Child: Breath~Body~Mind for Emotional Regulation, Learning, and Well-Being|
|March 11–13, 2016||Breath~Body~Mind for Transformation and Well-Being|
|March 13–18, 2016||Breath~Body~Mind Teacher Training, Level 2|