Date: Live Friday–Sunday, June 12–14, 2020
Time: 9:00 am–1:00 pm EST
Length: Four hours per session
Cost: $275

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About This Program

Join Richard P. Brown and Patricia L. Gerbarg for a live interactive workshop and learn breathing techniques proven to relieve stress and improve mood, mental focus, and performance. Through lecture, guided practice, and Q&A explore how something as simple as breath can be so powerful and lifechanging.

Benefits of breathwork have been enjoyed by thousands of adults and children worldwide, including healthcare practitioners, yoga teachers, military veterans, and individuals with PTSD, anxiety, depression, ADD, cancer, and other medical conditions. Many people who have practiced these techniques say they have been transformed, and that they never would have imagined something so simple could be so powerful and helpful.

Through movement, breathing, and relaxation techniques, you learn to 

  • Build your stress resilience and renew your energy 
  • Increase lung capacity, oxygenation, and cardiorespiratory health 
  • Connect to your self and others 
  • Improve relationships and empathic abilities. 

Learn more about this groundbreaking work at breath-body-mind.com.

Recommended reading and listening Richard P. Brown and Patricia Gerbarg, The Healing Power of the Breath book and CD set. 

Note This program fulfills the prerequisite for Breath-Body-Mind Level 1 teacher training. Tuition includes a manual. 


Continuing Education Credits 
CE credits for this program are pending. This page will be updated when credits are approved.


About the Presenters

 

Richard P. Brown, MD, is an associate clinical professor of psychiatry at Columbia University and a certified teacher of aikido, qigong, yoga, and meditation.

Learn more about Richard P. Brown

 
 
 

Patricia L. Gerbarg, MD, assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at New York Medical College, researches the efficacy of mind-body practices for post-traumatic stress disorders and depression.

Learn more about Patricia L. Gerbarg