Sat, Oct 23|
18 Springs Community Healing Center
Breathe Strong - Breathwork and Meditation Introduction
Join Sonal Chhawchharia for this free community offering. Experience the power of harnessing your breath consciously. You’ll get to learn a new breathing technique, preparing you for deep meditation. A technique you can take home and practice daily.
Time & Location
Oct 23, 2021, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
18 Springs Community Healing Center, 2424 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106, USA
About The Event
Discover more about SKY Breath Meditation Get your questions answered about how our signature breath-meditation technique works. Then you’ll understand why people at NASA and Google are using it too!
Learn how your mind may be stunting your growth Your mind creates your reality and, sometimes, it gets a little dusty in there. We’ll demystify the secrets to overcome the negative thoughts that may be holding you back from your full potential.
Try out a calming breathing technique Experience the power of harnessing your breath consciously. You’ll get to learn a new breathing technique, preparing you for deep meditation. A technique you can take home and practice daily.
Experience a unique guided meditation Enjoy this bubble bath for your mind and soak into a deep state of relaxation. Whether you’re new to the practice or experienced, you’ll enjoy how quickly you can let go to finally meditate.
Oct 9 - Beyond Breath (First Responders)
Oct 16 - Breathwork and Meditation Introduction (High School Students)
Oct 23 - Breathwork and Meditation Introduction (Educators)
Oct 30 - Yoga and Meditation For Happiness (Community)
Nov 6 - Managing Stress in Times of Chaos (Community)
Each event is intended for a specific population, but community members are welcome to each session. ~Masks are required~
Sonal Chhawchharia is a trained SKY Breath Meditation Instructor. She has been meditating and teaching SKY Breath Meditation for the last 7 years. She has taught meditation to 1000’s of people in the US and India. She has a Masters in Accounting from UNC Greensboro in 2018. She believes in taking a preventative approach to one’s well-being, during her time at UNCG she started a student club focused on well-being and leadership. She has since trained and mentored students to become leaders in their lives. She lives in High Point with her loving husband.