We all want health and wellness. But before being healthy, we have to be alive. Are you? We witness major changes in today’s society that affect us on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. It is thus essential to find grounding and centeredness in our daily life on a deeper level of consciousness, which is the theme of this workshop. Learn how to breathe, walk, move and think in a healthier reality of expansion of yourself rather than in a contraction of your mind and body. Come join us in a friendly atmosphere of an introduction to Myoku. The workshop is open to everyone. It covers: (i) a series of light karate movements and stances to strengthen the body and reinforce the gravity center; (ii) breathing techniques from yang style and Taoist to boost your energy (chi); and (iii) moving meditation and sitting meditation to bring in more consciousness. The workshop explains important concepts such as “grounding,” “centeredness,” “Now,” and “gravity,” and guides you through to experience them. Handout will be distributed. Attire: Comfortable clothing
In today’s fast pace of reality and technology, we forget the essential of being “alive.” And being alive is simply connecting the mind and the body with consciousness. This is the future of humanity. We, at Myoku, want to show you how to breathe, walk, move and think in a empowering way that is accessible to everyone and leads to a personal and spiritual life more vibrant and in expansion.
Viviane is the founder and coach of Myoku, a Zen martial arts training to develop consciousness and self-empowerment. Viviane has a multidisciplinary background (biology and Literature), and a multicultural exposure as well. She has given workshops on an international platform: Quebec, USA, France, Sweden and Norway. Viviane always encourages people to question what they take for granted. Knowing oneself starts with shaking up one’s ground. In that sense, concepts and principles of Zen and quantum physics have become Viviane’s pillars in everything she does from writing to training. Viviane is a member of the Kwan Um School of Zen.
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