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Natural Awakenings Fairfield Cty/Housatonic Valley, CT

The Art of Living...and Breathing

The Art of Living, Stamford Chapter, announces its Basic Course—18 hours over six days—beginning on August 21. The course objective is to help participants enhance creativity, reduce stress and increase focus and concentration with the use of breathing techniques, gentle yoga and group processes in a supportive class moderated by volunteer teachers. The basic course is a long-term commitment, offering participants access to weekly follow up meetings for breathing practices and planning service projects. Since this is a volunteer organization with chapters all over the world, participants are free to undertake community service, with everyone receiving support, wherever they live.

 The Art of Living Foundation is a non-denominational, non-profit organization that focuses on community development through individual upliftment. Active in 140 countries, it is one of the world’s largest volunteer-driven organizations. Its educational, humanitarian and service programs have benefited 30 million people all over the world. Local chapters are completely organic and provide relevant support to the community, including projects such as Prison and HIV programs, hurricane relief in New Orleans, support for war veterans, and other projects relevant to local chapters. Art of Living, CT has chapters in Stamford, New Haven and Hartford, with courses for adults, children, youth, corporations and institutions.

To select an Art of Living course, visit Secure.ArtofLiving.org, and chose your state and city, or contact the local coordinator listed to initiate a specific program.

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