A Natural Antidote to Computer Stress

Self-Breema Exercises for Vibrant Health

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Instructors: Jon Schreiber, DC and Alexandra Johnson, MD

Expressive Therapies Summit

Almost everyone is spending too much time in front of a computer these days, and many of us are experiencing the deleterious effects that has on our health. Common repercussions include neck, shoulder, and back pain, eye strain, nervous system imbalances, anxiety, and stress. Fortunately, there are many Self-Breema exercises that can be easily learned and practiced to vitalize, balance, and strengthen the body and many of its compromised systems. These exercises are safe, simple, direct, and brief. They can be practiced anywhere, anytime.We will present a concise set of Self-Breema exercises, and practice them with you as we introduce you to Breema’s Nine Principles of Harmony. The Principles support us to respond to the extraordinary stresses of life these days with resilience and clarity. They offer us a solid foundation from which we can take step after step in the direction of health and harmony.

Jon Schreiber, D. C., director of the Breema Center and Breema Clinic in Oakland, California, has been teaching Breema in the U.S. and internationally since 1980. He has presented Breema at medical, psychology, bodywork, exercise, holistic health, and personal growth conferences. His numerous articles and books focus on the universal and practical philosophy of Breema. In his clinical practice, Dr. Schreiber uses Breema, Self-Breema, and the Nine Principles of Harmony to help patients discover the real meaning of health.

Alexandra Johnson, MD is a Family Physician, and has been a Breema Practitioner and Instructor for over 20 years. She has found Breema's non-judgmental atmosphere to be invaluable in working with any health condition. Since 2017 she has offered Breema bodywork at www.greetinghealth.com in conjunction with Integrative Family Medicine.