Please note: You must pay in full upon registering to guarantee your spot in the workshop.
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Dr. Richard Brown
We are happy to let you know that the next Dr. Richard Brown Breath~Body~Mind workshop is on March 21st, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM and on Sunday, March 22nd, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
You can secure your place by registering early (click here to register). You must pay in full upon registering to guarantee your spot in the workshop.
This workshop is $300 for the general public, $200 for caregiver/healers, $150 for students and $75 for the 9/11 community, refugees, people affected by Hurricane Sandy, Armed Forces Personnel and Veterans.
For anyone who has taken the workshop before from the general public or as a caregiver/healer we are offering you the workshop at a 33% discount. This price is $200 for the general public and $135 for caregivers/healers.
Richard P. Brown, MD, is an Associate Professor in Clinical Psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. He volunteers his time teaching advanced breath techniques and meditation to help stressed and traumatized people regain energy, good sleep and peace of mind as well as detoxify their bodies and regain harmony in their lives. This work integrates mind-body-spirit techniques from the yoga and martial arts Dr. Brown teaches. Dr. Brown feels that "To be able to transform so many peoples' lives in a short workshop has been a special blessing for me. I especially enjoy helping 9/11 responders, the military, and veterans recover their lives."
In the last few years Dr. Brown has taught workshops in Rwanda, in Europe with Middle Eastern refugees, and at one of the main US Marine bases in Camp Pendleton, CA, as well as for the 10th Mountain Division, the armed forces unit which was deployed the most to Iraq and Afghanistan. In addition, Breath-Body-Mind techniques are being used to help traumatized refugee children in the US.
Research has shown that extraordinary breathing techniques, like those taught by Dr. Brown, effectively relieve stress and improve energy, mental focus, heart and lung function and endurance. The benefits have been demonstrated in health care practitioners, individuals with psychiatric and medical conditions, and victims of terrorism, war and natural disasters. Many people who have worked with Dr. Brown say they have been transformed, and that they never would have imagined that something so simple would have been so powerful and helpful.
You can also visit to find out more about Dr. Brown's work.
In addition, 100% of the proceeds from this workshop goes to further the work of STWS. So by taking this workshop, you help yourself and you help STWS offer all our integrative healing modalities to the communities we serve.
Saturday, March 21st 2020, 10:00 AM–6:00 PM
Sunday, March 22nd 2020, 10:00 AM–1:00 PM
Fairfield Inn
The Garment Room
338 West 36th Street, New York, New York
(Between 8th & 9th Avenues)
for the 9/11 community, Refugees, people affected by Hurricane Sandy, Armed Forces Personnel and Veterans
discounted fee for Caregivers, Healers, Mental Health and Healthcare Professionals who are repeat participants
for Students
for Caregivers, Healers, Mental Health and Healthcare Professionals
discounted fee for repeat participants from the General Public
for the General Public
For more information on the workshop call Nechemiah Bar-Yehuda at 646-379-1550
or email Jose Mestre at
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