A Journey Through the Body for Greater Inner Awareness, Self-Knowledge, and Clarifying Your Sense of Meaning and Purpose in Difficult Times
In this session Kristine will discuss the neuroscientific benefits of interoception/ body awareness and provide an eastern perspective on self-knowledge. She will guide you through simple, interoceptive techniques to help you gain clarity around your own sense of meaning and purpose during these difficult times.
Instructor: Kristine Weber
Kristine Weber, MA, C-IAYT, eRYT500 is a leading world authority on the neuroscientific benefits of slow, mindful yoga and an advocate for the use of these practices as an integral part of the solution to the healthcare crisis. She has been training mental health professionals to use yoga in their clinical practices for over a decade at the Mountain Area Health Education Center through the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Kristine presents workshops and trainings internationally and is frequently invited to speak about yoga at health care conferences and on podcasts. She has written articles and a book, and is currently conducting research on Subtle® Yoga for addiction recovery. Her website is www.subtleyoga.com