OAKLAND, Calif., March 1 Continuing its campaign to make 2010 the Year of Living the Nine Principles of Harmony, The Breema Center today announced that the month of March will be dedicated to understanding the principle of "Firmness and Gentleness." The Center will present an in-depth workshop on "Firmness and Gentleness" on Sunday, March 21, 2010 at The Breema Center in Oakland.
"Real firmness is always gentle, and real gentleness is always firm," said Jon Schreiber, director of The Breema Center. "That is the paradox of true balance in life. Firmness and gentleness are never separate, but complement one another. The key to harmonizing our mind and emotions can be found in the principle of Firmness and Gentleness."
In the practice of Breema, Firmness and Gentleness are always simultaneously present. The opposition inherent in this principle can provide a gateway to self-understanding. By embracing the essence of Firmness and Gentleness, one becomes more available to live from one's own direct experience and still be receptive to recognizing the unity of all that exists.
To guide students through discovering the meaning of Firmness and Gentleness, The Breema Center will host a half-day workshop that will offer various perspectives on the principle. For those students who would like to move toward a deeper understanding of Breema and the Nine Principles of Harmony, The Breema Center will also host a workshop called "The Essential Purpose of Breema" on March 23, 2010.
Both workshops are for beginners as well as experienced students.
Firmness and Gentleness Workshop
The Essential Purpose of Breema Workshop
Both events are hosted at The Breema Center, 6076 Claremont Ave, Oakland.
To sign up for the Firmness and Gentleness workshop or The Essential Purpose of Breema, please call (510) 428-0937 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Breema, the Nine Principles of Harmony, upcoming classes, workshops, and Intensive programs, please visit http://www.breema.com.
About The Breema Center
Founded in 1980, The Breema Center offers classes, workshops, and intensives for beginning and experienced students. Breema bodywork and Self-Breema exercises use nurturing touch, tension-relieving stretches, and rhythmic movements to create physical, mental, and emotional balance. The Breema Center is headquartered in the Rockridge area of Oakland, adjacent to Berkeley, and has certified practitioners and instructors in locations worldwide. For more information, please visit http://www.breema.com.
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-- 9:00 am - noon, March 21, 2010 -- Cost is $15.00 -- Pre-registration is requested
SOURCE The Breema Center