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You're invited to our semi-annual Summit, 3 days of inspiring classes and mini-workshops from a variety of perspectives on the theme, "Manage Your Mind and Body for Peaceful Coexistence!" 18 sessions by 18 different experts - you can pick and choose any sessions that catch your eye. These instructors are our top national Tao master experts.
See the whole line up & register at https://info.bodynbrain.com/bnb-summit
For details on each session + trainer bios,
Summit admission fees: any 1 session, $30; 6 sessions, $150; 12 sessions, $280. Or, dive in and get a full event ticket for $389, which gives you the benefit of 30 days' access to the recorded videos of all 18 sessions, to watch any time it's convenient.
The Art of Letting Go
In this heartfelt conversation and meditation, Ilchibuko Todd shares insight into:
>What is the difference between attachment and true love
>How to heal yourself from the emotional stories you told yourself
>How to free yourself and make a new relationship with yourself and others
Ilchibuko Todd is President of Sedona Mago Center for Well-being & Retreat in Arizona. She is also the most senior Tao master in the U.S., holding the title DaeSunsanim, and is President of Tao Fellowship USA.
Join us for an introduction to the principles & practice of energy-balancing TaiChi and meditative Qigong with Master Brian. His focus in this class will be on learning to develop strength, balance and confidence. With regular practice, you'll build strength and calm confidence!
Watch for the link to details & registration - will post it soon!
Don't worry, you don't have to be this limber! Meridian energy yoga can be done by people in most conditions - just do what you can, without straining. Our classes are taught by qualified volunteer instructors, as a community service; the $10 class fee pays our rent. This practice is not Indian yoga; it is from Asian integrative healing traditions and is designed to improve nervous system circulation, breathing and mindfulness, as well as posture, flexibility, balance and mindfulness. A typical class emphasizes opening acupressure points (nerve junctions) and energy meridians (nervous system pathways). Expect a lot of stretching, some core strengthening, also breathing postures and a little moving meditation. Wear loose or stretchy clothes, yoga socks if you have them, and bring a thick mat (or borrow one of ours). Compare how you feel at the end of class with how you felt when you arrived - most people feel refreshed, de-stressed and happier. It's a great way to start taking charge of your health!