|Description||At the heart of Buddhist psychology is the relationship between thinking processes and the resultant impacts on the physical body and the role of breath as the meditator between thinking and bodily experience. Here one understands how contractions in breathing result in bodily illnesses and specific practices are applied to break through these blocks and create mental and physical well being.
This workshop forms part of the Graduate Diploma in Buddhist Psychotherapy and Counselling course run by Sophia College but may also be studied as an individual workshop.
|About the presenter(s)||Neli Martin is a counsellor and psychologist, and runs a private practise based on mindfulness techniques. Neli has worked in child protection, juvenile justice, domestic violence and organisational settings for a number of years in Queensland and the UK. She has interwoven her psychology training with Buddhist Dharma mindfulness study and practices these together along with Yoga Teaching and meditation.|
|Location||QLD Metro, Australia|
84 St Vincent Road, Virginia, Brisbane
Please contact the event organiser to confirm if this venue is wheelchair accessible
|Start/End Date||26 Jul 2013 to 28 Jul 2013|
|Time||9am - 5pm|
|Organiser||IG - Buddhism and Psychology Interest Group (QLD/NSW)|
|Contact Name||Yarno Pyne|
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