Breath-Body-Mind™ (BBM) relieves stress and improves performance with evidence-based breathing practices, movement, mindfulness, and attention focus derived from yoga, qigong, martial arts, and neuroscience.
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Welcome to the Course!
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What you will learn
Beginning Breath-Body-Mind Practices
Breath-Body-Mind Introductory Course Manual
BBM Practices for energizing and for calming
Lecture: BBM Neurophysiology, Social Engagement, and Treatment of Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Mass Disaster Traumas
BBM Practices for Rapid Stress Relief
Breath-Body-Mind for Stress Relief, Connection and Compassion
Lecture Breath-Body-Mind in Clinical Practice
Breath-Body-Mind for Your Heart
Maintain and Strengthen Your BBM Practice
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“For over ten years I have been utilizing breath exercises in my psychiatric practice as a powerful compliment to any type of therapy my patients are receiving. The Breath-Body-Mind techniques are particularly effective at reducing the type of nervous system stress those with trauma histories and PTSD suffer from. I've seen many patients experience immediate improvements in their anxiety levels and sense of calm from this outstanding program. Lauri Liskin, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Weil-Cornell Medical College-New York Presbyterian Hospital ”Anonymous
“. In a video clip, I saw how this breathing technique had helped war veterans, civilians whose lives had been torn apart by wars, people in poverty stricken villages, and inner city teens labeled as violent and high risk. After a weekend course led by Dr. Richard Brown (a true hero!), I saw how the technique could be effective. Since taking the workshop I have been a happier, more focused, less depressed, less anxious, and calmer individual. I have cut two of the four medications out of my life, and I am lowering the dosages on the others. I attribute this to the gift of breath work that I now happily incorporate into my daily routine. JM - woman who works on William Street with office windows that faced the WTC Towers ”Anonymous