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Breathing Meditation Workshop

What Does Breathing Have To Do With Family?

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Saturday, December 01, 2012

Breathing Meditation Workshop

caligraphy art by Thich Nhat Hahn


What does breathing have to do with family?

The irony of good family funcitoning is that how each individual in the family manage their separate, individual 'self' sets the stage for good family functioning.

The breathing workshop allows individuals, who happen to be apart of families, to learn to regulate the influence stress has on their physiology, thereby improving family relationships.

The day provides an opportunity to slow down and be more present through

  • guided relaxation
  • questions for self-reflection

These exercises prompt best thinking and interrupt automatic reactions to relationships and life's circumstances.

Regina Carrick, Bowen Theory consultant, and Elizabeth Eitt, yoga instructor and polarity therapist, will guide learners to develop an increased attention to the link between the breath and your life. This can lead to less symptoms and peace in your home.

Participants should bring a mat and sufficient pillows & blankets to be comfortable lying down. Light refreshments provided.    9am - 12:30pm.

  "Breath is the bridge which connects life to consciousness, which unites your body to your thoughts.
Thich Nhat Hanh


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Breathing Meditation Workshop

Saturday, December 01, 2012

Presented by:
Elizabeth Eitt

The Learning Space

Registration Fee:


Regina Carrick

Registration: $75

To register by mail, send payment & registration information to:

Breathing Meditation Registration
4545 42nd St., Suite 201
Washington, DC 20016

Make checks payable to The Learning Space.

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