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[bioontology-support] Mind-Body-Breath online webinar

Yoga for the Mind newsletter at
Mon Apr 9 14:19:12 PDT 2012

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Online Webinar of Mind-Body techniques for emotional Healing by two of the world's leading Integrative Doctors.

Yoga for the Mind would like TO announce
 HOSTED BY Fellowships of the Spirit

14th April 10am-5pm & 15th April 10am-4pm 2012

Based on their extensive research, Drs. Brown and Gerbarg combine the most rapidly effective breathing techniques to relieve stress and improve mood,
mental focus, heart and lung function, and endurance. The benefits have been enjoyed by physicians, health care practitioners, Buddhist monks and
nuns, yoga teachers, military veterans, first responders, individuals with psychiatric (eg. anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADD) and medical conditions,
and victims of abuse, terrorism, war and natural disasters, including the Asian tsunami, Sept 11, 2001 WTC attacks, Haiti earthquake, Rwanda genocide,
South Sudan war and slavery, and Gulf oil spill. Many people who complete this workshop say that they have been transformed, and that they never would
have imagined something so simple to be so powerful and helpful. In this workshop you will learn how to:
Balance your stress response system for stress resilience and energy renewal
 Release tension, dispel anxiety, sleep soundly, and quiet your mind
 Increase your lung capacity, oxygenation, and cardio-respiratory health 
 Improve recovery from negative life experiences or trauma 
 Feel more connected to your inner self and to others 
 Improve your relationships and empathic abilities
Drs. Brown & Gerbarg will discuss the neurophysiology of the effects of breathing on the nervous system, review their research, and present cases.
The Online Webinar will be live. Registrants will be able to ask questions, participate from their work or office computer, and continue to access the
program for 5 days after completion. Taking this workshop with a partner, friend, colleague, or group will enrich the experience.
Learn more about the work of Integrative Psychiatrists, Dr. Brown and Dr. Gerbarg, visit (
). Breath~Body~Mind methods are taught at America Psychiatric Association Meetings and other professional conferences.
Heather Mason (founder of Yoga for the Mind) says:
 'Every time I take the Breath~Body~Mind training, I learn more about both the neuroscience of breathwork and new techniques to relieve psychological
and physical pain'.

For registration and information: ( )
 Group rates, scholarships, and reduced rates for non-profits are available. Individual Rates: Early Reg: $325 until 4/6/2012, Late Reg: $355 after
4/6/2012 For more information: 716-595-2159 or fots at ( mailto:fots at )


The New York State Office of Mental Health’s Bureau of Psychiatric Services and Research Institute Support, is accredited by the Medical Society of
the State of New York (MSSNY) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The New York State Office of Mental Health designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 11.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians
should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Richard P. Brown, MD, Associate Professor in Clinical Psychiatry, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, teaches breath techniques,
movement, and meditation to improve energy, sleep, resilience, and peace of mind. He is certified to teach aikido (4th Dan), yoga, qigong, and
meditation. His work, a unique fusion of ancient and modern mind-body techniques, derives from QiGong, yoga, Christian monks, Coherent Breathing, Open
Focus meditation, and martial arts.
Patricia Gerbarg, MD, Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychiatry, New York Medical College, facilitates research projects, lectures, and writes about
the effects of CAM and breath techniques on psychological health and post-traumatic stress. She assists Dr. Brown in workshops and co-authored How to
Use Herbs, Nutrients, and Yoga in Mental Health Care by RP Brown, PL Gerbarg, and PR Muskin (WW Norton, 2009); Non-drug Treatments for ADHD: New
Options for Kids, Adults, and Clinicians, Brown & Gerbarg (WW Norton 2012); and The Healing Power of the Breath, Brown & Gerbarg (Book + CD Set,
Shambhala, June 2012).

Yoga for the Mind - email at ( mailto:email at ). Ph +447988821323

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