Breathwork Workshop

Date: Thursday, February 3, 2011
Time: 8:00-9:30pm
Location: Ackerman Union 2408
Speaker: Scott Ishihara
Extras: Photos | Audio | Video | Facebook Event

Scott Ishihara graduated from UCLA in 2009. He had no set plans after graduating and headed to Rome on a one way ticket. After 2 months of traveling and then returning to LA having no idea what he wanted to “do with his life”, he found a job on UCLA’s career center website managing the front desk at a yoga studio called the Hub in West LA. Although he had never done yoga or anything related, he took the job to start paying bills. Since then he has been on a journey of self-discovery. Yoga and breath work have been instrumental tools in helping him open up to the experience of life and finding joy in each and every moment. He is now committed to teaching and sharing his experience so that others may also discover a deeper connection with their true Selves. Author, teacher and healer, David Elliott, who trains all of the Hub instructors, describes breath work as “the fastest, cheapest, and most effective way to increase your awareness and connect with the energy of the universe.” The power of the practice is heightened when done with a group. Breath work can enrich and transform your life and is one that will bring potent results even when it is practiced for as little as 10 or 15 minutes a day at home.This workshop will be interactive so please bring a yoga mat, blanket, or something to sit on and wear comfortable clothing.

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