Unstuff Your Life! Get Organized Now and For Good
Learn from “the most organized man in America” how to clear away clutter and other obstacles that keep you from what’s really important. Whether you’re looking for the scissors or for personal transformation, find practical solutions with tangible results, to revolutionize how you manage your time and your life. Join our newsletter to download this free resource!
An Introduction to Self-Healing with Ayurveda
Ayurveda, the ancient holistic Indian medical system, offers effective approaches to achieving optimal health and longevity. In this introductory class, discover how to restore your immunity, stamina and emotional, mental and hormonal vitality with methods drawn from the world’s oldest medical tradition. Join our newsletter to download this free resource!
Mind, Body and Consciousness
Jason Brown’s philosophy of mind, firmly rooted in neuropsychology and cultivated over 30 years of clinical study, was, for Deane Juhan, “the missing link” — the only theory of consciousness that helped Juhan to understand the continual, dynamic interplay between body and mind that he witnessed during the 38 years of his own pioneering bodywork. Join our newsletter to download this free resource!
Free Introductory Courses
Free Intro Class on Thursday, September 13 at 6:00 pm - Class starts September 20 Clutter is often a sign of a deeper problem. When you live in a cluttered environment, chances are your mind is in disarray too. If you are someone who struggles with a cluttered environment, there is a way to organize your life! View Details
Free Intro class Thursday, September 20, 8:00 pm - Class starts September 27When we experience trauma, the psyche’s survival strategy is often to suppress difficult feelings in order to carry on, but this takes its toll on the soul. Traditional shamans view this “soul loss” - the wounding of a person’s spirit as a result of trauma, often at an early age - as a leading cause of physical and psychological dysfunction. View Details
Free Intro class Wednesday, September 26 at 6:00 pm - Class starts on October 3 The Ba Duan Jin (“Eight pieces of brocade”) is a Taoist medical qigong set of eight therapeutic practices that dates back over 1,000 years and offers great health benefits. View Details
Naina Marballi, BSAM, DAC
Free Introductory class on Wednesday, September 26 at 8:00 pm - Series begins on October 3 Ayurveda, India’s ancient healthcare tradition, views food not as mere nutritional substance, but as a living spiritual force that profoundly affects our well-being on every level. In this class, Ayurvedic physician (known as Ayurvedacharya) and aesthetician Naina Marballi will explain how we can create an optimal diet for ourselves based on our own unique constitution (prakriti). View Details
Free Intro on Monday, October 29, 6:00 pm - Class starts on November 5 Every person possesses a powerful, natural voice that reveals who he or she truly is. Often, mental and physical tension, past experiences, and fears lead to inhibitions that restrict the natural flow of the voice, resulting in a forced, unnatural sound and blocked energy centers.View Details
Free Introductory class on November 1 at 6:00 pm - Series begins on November 8Intuition is a key component of decision-making. One of New York’s most experienced intuitive consultants and teachers of intuition, Constantina Rhodes, will help us begin to develop a range of skills that we all possess in latent form but usually don’t know how to access, understand, or use. View Details
An Easy Mindfulness Technique to Create Change: Shift Your Viewpoint to Manifest the Relationship You Want
Free Intro class on Wednesday, November 7 at 8:00 pm - Class starts on November 14 Transform negative emotions quickly into positive realities with the Paradox Process, an innovative and easy mindfulness technique.View Details
Drew DiVittorio, Dipl, (NCAAOM) Free Intro class Wednesday, November 14, 8:00 pm – Class starts November 28 Herbs, whole foods, and medicinal mushrooms are powerful natural medicines to build and balance our life-force energy, regenerate our internal organs, strengthen our immune system, and prevent disease. View Details
Free Intro on Monday, November 26 at 6:00 pm - Class starts on December 3 Every human being has within ourselves the power to create life, though many of us have had our creative impulses discouraged or even torn down, so that the very energy we need to create our best life was never allowed to flourish.View Details
The Association of Death Education and Counseling® has deemed this program as counting towards the continuing education requirements for the ADEC Certification in Thanatology.Today there is a clear call to understand and work with death and dying in new and more open ways. This certification program is intended to reframe our current conception of dying and reclaim the wisdom and practices of the past.View Details
Free Intro class Thursday, January 10 at 6:00 pm - Class starts on January 17 The core yoga practice of meditation (dhyana) frees us from fear and reveals our true nature as freedom itself. It purifies us from the emotional and psychological conditions called samskaras.View Details
Free intro class on Monday, January 14 at 6:00 pm - Class starts on February 4Bring new inspiration and freedom to your body and mind with an integrative dance, meditative movement, and mindfulness-based practice. Discover dynamic movements to release innate feelings of joy, power, freedom, and grace. Experience a renewal of spirit and connection to your soul as your body guides you toward self-expression and aliveness. View Details
Free Intro on Thursday, January 17 at 6:00 pm - Class starts on February 14 ow well do you respond to difficult people and situations? Do you judge yourself and others? Or end up disappointed, frustrated, or shut down? Come learn how to transform your relationships, including with yourself, by practicing Nonviolent Communication (NVC).View Details
Free Intro Thursday, January 17 at 8:00 pm - Class starts January 24Our attachment style is intimately shaped by the way we were loved as children. That style, in turn, shapes the way that we express and receive love as adults.View Details