10. November 2019 - 12:45 till 15:15
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Breathe and Flourish Bethesda! | Bethesda-Chevy Chase Regional Service Center | Sunday, 10. November 2019

A great Joy resides in each one of us! Come learn the skills to reduce stress and open to a more fulfilling life. "I have never felt so calm." "I feel my love expanding." "I was stuck, and now I know what to do."  These are a few of the comments from people who have learned to consciously breathe the optimal breath. Now you can, too! Come experience Dynamic Stillness, a powerful, evidence-based movement and breath practice that integrates current research on the body's nervous system with the three centers of awareness: physical, emotional, and cognitive. Learn how to live with deeper compassion, curiosity, and energy through these gentle, healing, energizing practices.

Reduce stress, pain, and inflammation
Increase resilience and energy
Cultivate awareness
Deepen relationships
Experience life with more choice
Embrace wholeness
Live with Presence

The BCC Regional Service Center is right across the street from the Bethesda Metro: https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/bcc/directions.htmlDress comfortably and bring a water bottle.

Kathy Jankowski helps people and communities flourish through attention training, breathwork, cultivating soft skills, and applying the Enneagram. She integrates evidence-based practices for stress management, trauma resolution, and resilience into innovative workshops, transformational coaching, and sustainable organizational development. Kathy is an Elixir Light-trained Qigong teacher in the Shaolin tradition and a Level 3-certified breath coach. She has shared the positive effects of awareness practices and conscious breathing with thousands of people of all ages in numerous settings: leadership teams, workforce development programs, association and nonprofit staff; within hospitals, schools, and low-income housing communities; and with teachers, veterans, children and families, teens, nurses, health and wellness providers, and cancer survivors.