To Wednesday 27 January 2021 - 05:00pm
'Respira' with Fabio Andrico
Zoom and Onsite in the Dzamling Gar Gönpa
(On-site to be confirmed at a later date, depending on local COVID restrictions)
January 23-27, 2021
We come into life with our first breath. We are alive because we breathe. The reality is that the way we breathe is one of the single-most important factors influencing our physical, mental, and energetic well-being.Unfortunately, rather than breathing in an open and natural way, most people breathe with tension. If tension in the breathing becomes a habit, it becomes a source of unbalanced energy and ultimately can lead to stress, anxiety, and poor health.So why not try to breathe well? Why not do something to discover, experientially, what it’s like to breathe without tension? Instead of becoming a source of unbalanced energy and ultimately poor health, it is in our own power to develop a breathing pattern that can regenerate our vital force, give us good energy, promote health and well-being, and help us overcome tension and stress.
Saturday and Sunday: 8:00 to 10:00 & 16:00 to 18:00
Monday to Wednesday: 16:00 to 18:00
Register Here: https://forms.gle/BeK8ZubZcqiEZtUo7
Suggested minimum donation for this course
Daily (Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday): Members €10, Non-Members €15
Daily (Saturday/Sunday): Members €15, Non-Members €18
Full Course: Members €50, Non-Members €65
The link for ZOOM will be sent to you before the course, we appreciate you not emailing us to ask for it before then.
Donations are gratefully received via our webpage. Click here to donate.
The income go to support Dzamling Gar and covering expenses of the Gar and webcast.
We would like to run this event based on generosity, If you have the financial possibility to donate more than the minimum amount, we very much appreciate.
If you have financial difficulty, it will not be the obstacle of participation.
You will need to wear loose clothing, not be hungry or full, and have an airy space to practice. Blankets, cushions and chairs are also useful.
Very best wishes from Dzamling Gar