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Breema Center to Host International Intensive Week in Buhl, Germany
Date:4/27/2010

BUHL, Germany, April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The Breema Center today announced an international Intensive to be held in Buhl, Germany the 12-16 of May, 2010. Breema is a common sense approach to physical, emotional and mental health that emphasizes the mind-body connection.  The Intensive program is designed to help new students get familiar with Breema and to help long time students deepen their understanding of Breema and its Nine Principles of Harmony. The intensive will be held in the Breema Seminar House in Buhl and is open to everyone, regardless of experience level with Breema.

"Participating in a Breema Intensive is a great way to study Breema, which provides a new way of looking at oneself," said Dr. Jon Schreiber, director of the Breema Center in Oakland, CA.  and author of several books on Breema. "Students are encouraged to apply the philosophy and principles to every interaction and event, so that when they are outside the classroom, they can bring more harmony and vitality to everyday life."

Breema Intensives in Buhl are an 11-year tradition, and have attracted people from across Europe and the Americas. On average, 20 Breema instructors participate at the event to teach students Breema bodywork sequences and Self-Breema exercises, which are completely integrated with the Nine Principles of Harmony that are its foundation.

Pari Schneider, a Breema Instructor in Buhl who has taught internationally for 22 years, is coordinating the Intensive with two staff instructors from the Breema Center, who will travel to Europe to participate. "It's heart-warming to see so many new a
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