Yogi Sadhguru’s Debut Appearance in Texas

In his first Texas appearance, Yogi, humanitarian and internationally renowned speaker Sadhguru will host a life-transforming weekend, Inner Engineering: Technologies for Wellbeing,  at 6:30 p.m., May 4 and 7 p.m., May 6, at the George Brown Convention Center, in Houston.

Inner Engineering is a synthesis of methods and technologies gleaned from the ancient science of kriya yoga, which, although largely misunderstood in the western world as a physical exercise, is at its essence a comprehensive system addressing every aspect of human well-being, from the body, mind and emotions to the fundamental life energy within us. Inner Engineering is the very core of this science, offered in a way that is accessible to everyone. It includes a 21-minute meditative practice called Shambhavi Mahamudra, a simple but deeply impactful process that requires no previous experience of meditation.

The approach has the potential to bring increased clarity, energy and efficiency, deepening of interpersonal relationships, relief from chronic diseases and greater peace and joy in everyday life.

26 CEU for medical practitioners. Location: 1001 Ave. De Las Americas, Houston. For more information and to register, call 832-408-0663 or visit BeBreatheBlossom.com/houston

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