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Neuroscience of Yoga & Meditation

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Join us for an enlightening half day workshop on how yoga and meditation practices can impact your brain's health.  

This workshop facilitated by Dr. Val Rytova, a pHd of neuroscience and educator on brain health, will share some powerful insights about how our brains function, and how we can improve the health and longevity of our brains through simple lifestyle changes.  She will debunk some of the myths about our brain and share science based research on how yoga and meditation affect our brain's function.

This workshop will include a talk on the neuroscience of yoga and meditation with Dr. Val Rytova, a gentle yoga practice and guided meditation with Michelle Freeman E-RYT 1000 and owner of the Nambour Yoga Centre, a Q & A session and afternoon tea.  

The yoga and meditation practices will be very gentle and suitable for all levels and ages. No prior experience necessary. 

About Dr. Val 

Dr. Val Rytova is a neuroscientist passionate about empowering people to have clarity about their brain.  With a PhD focusing specifically on brain mechanisms underlying fear-related and anxiety based behaviour, her expertise is a great asset to exploring the benefits of mediation, practice on these behaviours as well as day to day living.  She currently teaches at Victoria University, is a mother and an avid kitesurfer. If you're curious about the power of your brain and the impact of your daily habits on your brain you will love this event.  

About Michelle Freeman

Michelle is a yoga teacher and practitioner with 30 years of experience who teaches yoga, meditation and breathwork classes.  Michelle teaches classes that are steeped in tradition, but with a modern and heart centred approach that creates space for each practitioner to experience coming back home to their bodies.  Michelle is a certified experienced yoga teacher who runs retreats, workshops and yoga teacher trainings. She is currently studying yoga therapy and clinical exercise physiology.

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