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Foundations of Mind-Body Coordination: Sat, April 21

posted Feb 27, 2018, 3:39 PM by Minnesota Ki Society   [ updated Apr 12, 2018, 10:44 AM ]
Experience for yourself the power of relaxation, good posture, and a positive mind with Rich Fryling Sensei, 5th degree black belt in Ki-Aikido.
Anyone can learn and immediately apply these simple exercises to coordinate mind & body.

In this hands-on workshop, Rich Fryling will introduce you to universal principles of mind-body coordination. Saturday morning will focus on foundations of mind-body coordination. Saturday afternoon will focus on applying principles of mind-body coordination to managing stress and conflict through the non-violent martial art of Ki-Aikido. Each Saturday session is a stand-alone class, with no prerequisites. Register here for either the morning or afternoon class, or for the whole day. Full-day registration includes complementary lunch. 

The principles Fryling Sensei teaches are hands-on, experiential, and can be immediately applied to daily life. You will never hear Fryling Sensei say, “just trust me.” Instead, he will invite you to feel the power of these principles for yourself. When you do, you will know without a doubt that these are tools you can rely on to improve your performance and enhance your quality of life.

Saturday, April 21, 2018
9:00a            Doors Open
10:00-12:30  Saturday Morning Session: "Coordinating Mind & Body"
12:30-2:00    Lunch (included in full day registration)
2:00-4:30      Saturday Afternoon Session: "Introduction to Ki-Aikido" 
6:00p            Potluck Dinner & Social

Rich Fryling holds the rank of 5th degree black belt in Ki-Aikido and is a certified Associate Lecturer and Examiner with the International Ki Society, headquartered in Tochigi, Japan. He has been a student of David Shaner Sensei, 8th degree black belt and Chief Instructor of the Eastern Ki Federation, since 1989. For the past three decades, he has applied his training in mind-body coordination to his personal and professional life. He began his career at Grey Advertising where he eventually became Senior Vice President before leaving to found The Walking Brand mindfulness training program. Through The Walking Brand, Fryling Sensei provides customized programs of experiential instruction that promotes a deep understanding of relaxation and how it can be applied to work performance and daily life.

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Minnesota Ki Society,
Feb 27, 2018, 3:45 PM