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The belly is home to your enteric nervous system. Containing over one hundred million neurons, the ENS is essentially a second brain. Research has shown that more information is sent from the belly-brain to the brain than the other way around. A healthy digestive fire is the key to a happy belly-brain and a quiet mind. Using mudra, pranayama, kriya and asana, this therapeutic practice is designed to ignite your digestive fire. Only to be done on an empty stomach.
About Keith Borden
I am consistently turned on by the stillness within movement, the silence hidden in sound, and the esoteric in the everyday. I love to practice yoga, and sharing this practice that I love for the last decade has been a terrific gift. I'm very lucky. I have great teachers in my life – Jasmine Tarkeshi, Dana Flynn, David Robson, David Gellineau, Manorama, and Rabbi Joseph Gellberman – and being a student is one of the best parts of the yoga practice. I have had the unique experience of working closely with and learning directly from my teachers for the last 15 years, and I continue to learn through the transformative process of self-reflection and the creative dialogue of teaching.
I love to experiment in my practice, and years of Muay Thai, Tai Chi, and Qi Gong have taught me that all movement is healing and complementary to my sadhana. My goal is to hold a space that fosters inner quiet, true strength, and a healthy, joyous spirit where students can re-unite with and REJOICE in their true Self.
Kosten | Timing | Anmeldung
45 Euro (40 Euro, Abo-Mitglieder)