Workshop: "Science & Spirituality of Happiness" with Dr. Jay Kumar
Saturday, October 19, 2013 at 10:00am to 4:00pm
UH - University Hall, 1857 1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Do you want to experience greater health and happiness? Participants will experience how contemplative practices such as guided meditation, sacred chanting, expressing gratitude and conscious breath-work align with recent research into the workings of the human brain for achieving long-lasting health and happiness. This workshop is ideal for anyone wishing to discover both the science and spirituality of happiness and embody innovative practices to advance their personal health in brain, body and being. After all, happiness is not something that happens to you, but rather happiness happens within you.
Please register soon as space may be limited. In the event the workshop is canceled, participants will be notified by Wednesday, the week of the workshop. Registration fees are refunded only if the workshop is canceled; no refund for partial attendance or no-show. Make sure arrive a few minutes early the morning of the workshop to join us for tea and coffee.
Dr. Jay Kumar received his Ph.D. in Asian Philosophy, Religion & Cognitive Studies and completed graduate degrees from Columbia University and UCLA. He is recognized as one of the leading researchers in the growing field of contemplative neuroscience. Jay is also the innovative creator of Brain Body & Being™, a highly effective, easy to learn and scientifically proven set of tools that promote peace of mind, centeredness, vitality, health and well-being. A charismatic and engaging speaker, he has a talent for clarifying why and how cutting-edge neuroscience can help us to lead happier and healthier lives. Jay is also a certified Yoga and meditation instructor, motivational speaker, author, and weekly guest on nationally syndicated radio. His new e-book Five Secrets for Achieving Authentic Health and Happiness is available on Amazon. You can learn more by visiting www.drjaykumar.com.
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