Breathe to Heal with Max Strom|25.-27.09.2020


mit Max Strom
25. bis 27. September 2020



Breathe To Heal with Max Strom (15hr transformational intensive program)
September 25th til 27th 2020

We currently have a worldwide epidemic of stress and anxiety that is stifling our happiness, creativity, and intimacy. Max Strom will reveal his core principles of breathing and movement patterns to alleviate anxiety, PTSD, depression, and sleep disorder based on his two decades of teaching and his in-depth knowledge of Hatha Yoga and QI Gong.

Many of our emotional challenges are due to being taught socially from a very young age to suppress and numb our feelings, leaving us carrying a silo of emotions in our chest of un-reconciled and unexpressed emotions. Using breathing patterns for 20 minutes daily, as taught by Max Strom, can bring us back to a peaceful and calm state as well as gift us with insight and knowledge that was buried along with our feelings. With this new insight we are empowered to make new and meaningful life decisions. In just a few short days you will feel the difference and have the knowledge to help you transform your internal state, prevent future anxiety, and help others to do so.

Who is this for?
For people from all levels of fitness and walks of life suffering from extreme stress. No previous experience necessary. Also extremely useful for medical practitioners, therapists, and yoga teachers who want to incorporate this work into their healing repertoire.

This 15-hour transformational event Max will reveal his secrets and techniques on:
The interconnection of the emotions with the mind and body
Connection, Vulnerability, Isolation, Intimacy
Crisis as an Axis of Transformation
Triggering Emotional Healing
Lifespan tools, writing and discussion.
Evolutionary Breathing Patterns
Specific to alleviate anxiety
Specific to improve sleep
Specific to improve grief
Specific to alleviate depression
Specific to refocusing and relaxing at work

Class schedule:
Friday, September 25th: 18:00 - 21:00h
Saturday, September 26th: 09:00 - 16:30h (including a 1,5h break)
Sunday, September 27th: 09:00 - 16:30h (including a 1,5h break)

Early Bird rates until May 31st!