Time: 2 hours
In this workshop, we will explore some of the ways in which our minds are affected by our bodies, and provide a set of tools that can help us benefit from these physiologic principles. Through movement, touch, breathing and sensory meditation we will step into this amazing doorway to quieting our minds and calming our hearts.
Adi Maron-Katz, PhD: a yoga teacher and a neuroscientist. Received her Master’s degree in Human genetics and PhD in Neurophysiology from Tel Aviv University Faculty of Medicine. Her PhD work focused on the relationship between brain activity and emotions. She currently performs post-doctoral research at Stanford University School of Medicine. Adi teaches regular yoga classes, special workshops as well as private sessions of personally adapted yoga. In her teaching, she integrates knowledge about the human body and mind in order to direct the practice towards cultivating present moment awareness as well as emotional balance and resilience on and off the mat.