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Art of Living course

In the Art of Living course you'll learn:
*Easily learned tension-releasing yoga postures
*Revitalizing breathing techniques that increase energy and deeply relax body and mind
*Natural principles of effective living to get the most out of your life
*Guided interactive processes ... lots of fun
*Sudarshan Kriya- an immensely powerful technique that incorporates specific natural rhythms of breath to release stress and purify the entire system by releasing toxins at the deepest cellular level

By the end of the course, you'll be equipped with specific techniques that you can practice every day. The value of these practices grows over the years as the benefits continue to blossom in your daily life.

Some of the benefits of the course are:
Reduced stress
Improved health and wellness
Heightened enthusiasm
Greater concentration
Improved self-esteem
Greater creativity and clarity of mind
Increased physical energy
Enhanced interpersonal skills

Wait, there's more ... the health benefits:
Reduced cortisol (stress hormone)
Relieves depression & anxiety
Restores normal sleep patterns
Increased prolactin (well-being hormone)

Comments About the Course
“After the course, I had a new sense of clarity. I felt more energetic. I gained an inner sense of balance. The stress on my job has not changed but the way I deal with it is very different now.”
— Christopher Ellis, Lieutenant, San Diego Police Dept.

“I was more refreshed in one day of practicing breathing techniques than from weeks of vacations. I reached a state of deep relaxation and I felt rejuvenated.”
— Dr. Henrijeta Pula, Psychologist

“It is my good fortune to be writing this book, because it led me to a practice from which I am deriving enormous benefit. I feel lighter than I used to, as though I’m carrying around less baggage. Yet, at the same time, there is a growing sense of strength at my core.” — Amy Weintraub, on the Art of Living practices, from her book, Yoga for Depression: A Compassionate Guide to Relieve Suffering Through Yoga.

“People worldwide are turning to the intensive Art of Living Course, lowering stress, and
finding renewed vigor and clarity.” — CBS News.

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