Come join us for these upcoming BREATHE events!
Hope In Action Conference
November 17, 8:30am-1:30pm,
Eugene Faith Center, 14th & Polk, Eugene, OR
Elementary school children from Eugene 4J, Springfield and Bethel schools come together to learn more about themselves, their environment, and how to create a sustainable future. Grace will lead 3 interactive sessions in which children will learn about how their bodies and brains respond to stress and how to bring BREATHE principles into their homes, schools and lives.
BREATHE 1/2 Day Workshop
Sweaty Ganesh Yoga, Dec 6 11:00am-3:30pm
Join us for this ½ day workshop to explore the applied neuroscience and psychophysiology of stress and its impact on our lives and relationships. Learn how the stress response primes you for conflict as well as when you're in stress overload. Then explore simple tools for diffusing stress reactivity and improving your listening and communication skills and relationships.
See sweatyganeshyoga.com for more information.
YogaU Online Webinar
Dec 9 & 14, 5:30-6:30pm PST at YogaU Online
2, 1-hour webinar sessions exploring the neurophysiology of stress and it's impact on our ability to effectively engage others in relationship. We will explore yogic philosophy and practices that teach us to diffuse the stress response and engage others with clarity, calm, compassion and loving kindness. This course is a must for those looking to reduce stress and improve the quality of their relationships.
See YogaU Online for more information.
6-week BREATHE Course
Lane Community College - Downtown
Wed Feb 10-March 16, 6:00-8:00pm Weekly
In this in-depth, 6-week interactive course we will explore and experience the 7 skills of the BREATHE program. You will learn the latest research on the neurophysiology of stress, how the stress response can hijack your relationships, how your personal narratives can enhance or undermine your ability to listen and be present for others, how to harness the wisdom of your body and mind to understand when your stress level is unhealthy, simple tools for immediately diffusing the stress response, and how to integrate these tools and principles to be more effective in your personal and professional relationships.
BREATHE: The Gateway to High Performance Leadership
1440 Multiversity in 2017
BREATHE combines the latest neuroscientific research with time honored mindfulness practices to disarm stress and neurophysiological reactivity. You will discover how your brain and body can both enhance and undermine your decision-making capabilities, and realize the subtle yet powerful cues that your stress level has reached a critical threshold. You will then learn a simple yet revolutionary technique that disarms the stress response almost immediately. BREATHE empowers you to act from a place of awareness and increase your performance and success. This groundbreaking approach enables you to function more mindfully and skillfully, and will increase your effectiveness as a high performing leader.
We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give.
— Winston Churchill