Just in time for back-to-school for most of the nation, Ilchi Lee is bringing his Brain Education talks to New York City and Phoenix in late summer.
Ilchi Lee, founder of Brain Education, will talk alongside Dave Beal, Director of Power Brain Education, and Dr. James Westphal M.D., Chief of Psychiatry at Hawaii State Hospital, as well as other educators, students and yogis from across the country.
Ilchi Lee will headline the event and talk about various mind-body training methods including Dahn Yoga and Brain Education.
These Brain Education conferences will be hosted by Body & Brain and Power Brain Education.
The first conference will be held in Phoenix on Sunday, August 23rd from 1–5 pm at Arizona State University's College of Design North, Room 60, 810 S. Forest Mall, Tempe, AZ 85281.
The New York City conference will be held Saturday, September 12th from 1–5 pm at Cardozo High School, 5700 223rd St. Bayside, NY 11364.
Brain Education is based on a five-step process: brain sensitizing, versatilizing, refreshing, integrating and mastering. Conference attendees will learn how to awaken the body-brain senses through a series of physical, emotional and cognitive brain exercises. There will also be guided meditation practices that will demonstrate ways we can use both our body and mental imagery to increase our brain power.
Studies show that practicing Brain Education at least once a week increases focus, confidence, creativity and happiness in adults and children, while reducing the distractions of stress and anxiety, which are abundant in today’s offices and classrooms.
“Empowering youth through Brain Education creates a more dynamic world,” says Ilchi Lee. “Our Brain Education Conference fuses scientific findings and spiritual methods of brain activation to create immeasurable results in classrooms around the world.”
Tickets are $85 per person, but early bird pricing of $75 can be purchased until August 10th for the ASU conference and by September 9th for the NYC conference at http://www.braineducationconference.com
. Guests can also register by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at (516) 578-4632.
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