• August 27–September 1, 2017
  • Sunday–Friday: 5 nights

Breath-Body-Mind Teacher Training, Level 3

For healthcare professionals, therapists, yoga teachers, schoolteachers, military, and disaster relief workers who have completed Breath-Body-Mind Teaching Training Levels 1 and 2.

As a Level 3 candidate, you attend the Level 1 Teacher Training and learn how to train others to teach Coherent Breathing and other practices and

  • Assist in training the Level 1 students
  • Lead parts of the training and receive feedback on your teaching techniques
  • Create and maintain a set of resource materials, including manuals, research articles, lecture notes, and slides.

Richard P. Brown and Patricia Gerbarg help you develop the skills needed to become leaders in training others, and offer more advanced healing techniques, guidance on the use of breathwork in psychotherapy, and developing programs in your areas of interest.

Upon completion, Level 3 teachers have the skills to explain basic scientific principles for the effects of breathing practices on stress response, sympatho-vagal balance, heart rate variability, anxiety, and more.

Note Wear comfortable clothing for yoga and qigong.


  1. Completion of Breath-Body-Mind Teacher Training, Level 2.
  2. Regular practice of Coherent Breathing and other techniques (at least 20 minutes a day 5–7 days per week).
  3. Experience teaching Coherent Breathing and other Breath-Body-Mind techniques.

Required reading Richard P. Brown and Patricia Gerbarg, The Healing Power of the Breath: Simple Techniques to Reduce Stress and Anxiety, Enhance Concentration, and Balance Your Emotions (book and CD set).

Recommended reading Richard P. Brown and Patricia Gerbarg, Non-Drug Treatments for ADHD: New Options for Kids, Adults and Clinicians; Richard P. Brown, Patricia Gerbarg, and Phillip R. Muskin, How to Use Herbs, Nutrients, and Yoga in Mental Health Care.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
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Program Theme
Complementary Health


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

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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.

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Dehanna Rice-Inkles, RPP, CH, is a registered polarity practitioner and certified hypnotherapist with 20 years of experience teaching energy-based modalities...

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