Breath and the Brain: ways of working with (not against) your nervous system
A workshop with Ben Wolff
- Date: Saturday 13th March, 2021
- Cost: £20
- Time: 10.00am – 12.00pm GMT
- Location: 3 – 5 Cremyll Road, Caversham
If you can learn a way of influencing your feelings, if you can change and mould the dialogue you have with yourself then you can change the opinion of your nervous system for the good. And who wouldn’t want to do that!
Ben Wolff shares fascinating learnings from Yoga, neuroscience, hypnosis and medical research in a fun and accessible way that can be implemented into our everyday lives.
About Ben Wolff
Ben Wolff is a Breathwork Teacher, Clinical Hypnotherapist and Dream Yoga Teacher with a profound depth of experience and understanding in his field. He has an acute and wide understanding of contemporary scientific research into meditation, neuroscience and other fields related to Dream Yoga and Breathwork.
He is the founder of The Breathing School and The Breathing Institute and co-creator of the Help For… series, an innovative, soon to be launched, series of tutorials, providing evidence-based methods and protocols for specific health conditions.
Inspired by his own recovery from serious illness and nearly a decade of continuous research and investigation, Ben shares his findings from both ancient wisdom traditions and modern science in ways that are open and accessible to everyone. In his Breathwork teachings you can expect to hear what’s most useful, rapidly effective and easy to learn and to participate in simple and safe breath practices.
As well as running workshops and teacher trainings in Breathwork at the Shala since 2014, Ben lectures with Dr Lucy Clarke on “Yoga and Clinical Psychology in Society” to post-graduate PHD level psychologists at Salomans, Canterbury Christchurch University. Additionally, Ben is part of the think tank launched by Heather Mason “Yoga 4 the NHS” and is co-course designer and co-tutor of the CPD Advanced Yoga Nidra for teachers and therapists. He also teaches private group classes, including to people who work in Government at Westminster and breath for advanced yoga teachers at Norman Blair’s studio.