A three-day workshop combining yoga and psychology will be presented at the Khalsa Healing Arts Center, 1 South Main Street, Yardley, on Friday, May 18th from 6:00-9:00pm, and Saturday and Sunday, May 19th and 20th from 1:00-4:00pm. Cost is $150 for early registration
Dr. Pamela Zamel, a Licensed Psychologist and Swarandeep Kaur, a certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, will present a workshop on dealing more effectively with the fears that rob us of our true potential. Together they will offer Eastern and Western techniques for living more fully, authentically and abundantly.
Fear is a universal emotion and the fight-flight-freeze response is designed to protect us. However, dwelling in a continual state of alert will compromise our health, deplete our joy and limit our ability for growth and connection. Dr. Zamel will examine how the brain, nervous system and neurological pathways recognize and respond to fear.
Participants will have the opportunity to examine their personal fear responses in a safe and supportive environment while incorporating new patterns of behavior.
Swarandeep Kaur will offer Yogic technologies designed to strengthen the nervous system and to remain present and centered in anxious circumstances. These include Mantras for elevation, Meditation for courage, Kriyas for balance and Yoga Nidra for deep relaxation.
In a culture where stress and anxiety are epidemic, Dr. Pamela Zamel and Swarandeep Kaur offer this workshop as an opportunity to move beyond the self-protective strategies of the ego. Bring a notebook and come dressed for yoga.
Call 215-321-0305 to register.