In an effort to assist our larger community in these challenging times, THESE WORKSHOPS ARE GOING TO BE TAUGHT ONLINE VIA ZOOM FOR FREE. WE WANT ALL OF YOU TO HAVE ACCESS TO THEM.
For a description of Amelia’s workshops at Mount Madonna Center, please go to the WORKSHOPS page on this website. PLEASE SEE THE WORKSHOP AT MOUNT MADONNA (ONLINE) ON MARCH 20-21: “THE POWER OF YOGA AND QIGONG IN TIMES OF CHANGE”
A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR AN IN-DEPTH RETREAT WITH AMELIA.
Below are links for registration for the virtual workshops for Saturday February 27. There are two links for each Saturday, one for the morning session and one for the afternoon session. The morning session is always in Spanish. Here are the links:
Saturday February 27
At 11am (en Español)
El Nervio Vago y la Buena Salud
Meeting ID. 920 7907 7915
At 2pm (in English)
Vagus Nerve: Re-Set Your Mood and Improve Your Health
Meeting ID. 942 6907 9894
IMPORTANT: Zoom has updated their system for security. Zoom now requires that you register in advance for any meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
See you there.
Each week Amelia will create new links just for each of the two free virtual workshops that Saturday. These are measures to try to preserve privacy and security while keeping the workshops open to all.
Please feel free to circulate these links among relatives and friends who you feel might benefit from learning these easy and effective practices to lower anxiety and boost their health and healing.
Each session will include effective practices to boost your immune system, strengthen your respiratory system and to help you let go of fear, anxiety and depression. Anyone can practice these techniques regardless of age.
If you practice them everyday, they will help you develop resilience to Covid-19. They are easy to learn. I will show you how to integrate them into a daily routine to achieve greater good health, clarity and inner peace in the midst of challenges.
Interview in KPFA with Amelia Barili about tapping into our inner resources to manage anxiety and fear in challenging times.