Online | Re-discovering Joy with Yoga and Qigong

Jun 19 - 20, 2021

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Online Workshop with Amelia Barili

In the ancient wisdom traditions of India and China, summer is the season of nourishing our heart and cultivating a sense of joy.

Indeed, because of the personal and community challenges we have been enduring since the beginning of the pandemia, many of us are still trying to cope with our anxiety levels and looking for ways to re-discover renewed purpose, energy and appreciation of our daily life.

Drawing from the teachings of Classical Yoga and Qigong, and from the most recent discoveries of the Neuroscience of Meditation, Amelia Barili will teach you how to let go of anxiety and fear, and to cultivate inner peace and a deep sense of joy.

Together we will practice;

  • Effective techniques to interrupt negative thoughts
  • A form of breathing to find peace while deepening your attention inwards
  • Powerful release points and gentle stretches to let go of anxiety, fear and depression
  • A simple technique to experience joy
  • Meditations to embody what Neuroscience tells us about how to help your heart and brain resonate together in peace
  • A way of cooling yourself when you are heating up

You will experience better sleep and better digestion; a stronger immune system and nervous system; better relationships; a more clear and effective decision taking, and greater joy.

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.

DATE & TIME DETAILS:

SATURDAY, JUNE 19

  • 10:30am – 12pm & 3pm – 5pm

SUNDAY, JUNE 20

  • 10:30am – 12:30pm
COST:

Sliding Scale: $50 – $300+


Register online or call Programs office at 408.846.4090

Presenters

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.

For more information, visit ameliabarili.com