Join Amelia Barili ONLINE: The Power of Yoga and Qigong in Times of Change

Mar 19 - 20, 2022


Online Workshop with Amelia Barili

For many months now, we have been under unprecedented challenges and change. This can result in anxiety, fear and depression, affecting our health and our relationships. It can also give rise to compassion and the commitment to take care of ourselves and each other. Yoga and Qigong offer easy and effective practices to regain balance and good health, and to sustain the changes we want to see in our world.

Drawing from the ancient teachings of Classical Yoga and Medical Qigong, and from Buddhism and the latest findings of science, in this workshop you will learn:

  • Powerful breathing and acupressure release points to boost your immune system and let go of tension
  • Gentle moves and stretches to calm your mind and heart to respond skillfully to what life puts in your plate
  • Insightful self-inquiry and prayer to find new inspiration and trust in the process of consciously participating in the evolution of consciousness at a personal and collective level

These practices are easy to learn. They are recommended for anyone wanting to lead a healthy life and for counselors and health professionals assisting others in regaining their health.

Workshop Schedule:

March 19 | Saturday morning and afternoon:

10:30am - 12:00pm

2:00 - 3:30pm

March 20 | Sunday morning:

10:30am - 12:30pm


SLIDING SCALE: $50 – $300+

Your generous donation will help support the presenter of these teachings and 10% will be donated to Sri Ram Ashram, an orphanage in Northern India founded by Baba Hari Dass.

Registration Notes

We will close registration on Friday March 18 at 12pm. The zoom links for each of the sessions will be sent to all registered participants at once at 1pm that Friday.

For cancellations up to Friday, March 18th at 11am you will receive a full refund. No refunds will be made after that time.


Amelia Barili

Amelia Barili

Amelia Barili, Ph.D. received her diploma in Yoga Therapy and Philosophy, 1972, at Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute, India. She is an internationally respected yoga teacher and a disciple of Grandmaster Yang Mei Jun, the 27th inheritor of the Taoist Medical Qigong system. A pioneer at integrating both wisdom traditions, she is also an award-winning faculty at UC Berkeley and the Osher Life Long Learning Institute, where she teaches youth and older adults a systematic mindfulness, heartfulness and bodyfulness approach for personal and community transformation.

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