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PARK CITY, Utah — Autumn Bear Acupuncture recently announced its second annual Breathing Workshop, “Breathonance,” with Dr. Amit Anand.
This immersive one-day experience will delve into the profound teachings of Pranayama, the ancient yogic doctrine, and explore the transformative power of breath on the mind, body, and spirit.
Breathonance takes place Oct. 14 from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Blue Sky Ski Lounge (on Silver Star Drive) in Park City. Tickets are now available.
“I have had the privilege to collaborate and work with Dr. Anand over the past 30 years,” Deepak Chopra, founder of Chopra Global, said in a press release. “Amit is an exemplary student of Breath and pulmonary physiology. He is also a gifted teacher of Breath-Work Pranayama practices. I encourage you to attend this event and take the step towards creating a healthier you.”
This year’s event will feature two renowned musicians, Clint Valladares and 2023 Grammy nominee Sashank Navaladi, along with Amit. Clint and Sashank will join Amit in leading a workshop that combines the universal language of breath and music. Attendees will explore the art of conscious breathing, supported by rhythmic melodies. The event will also include a discussion on the scientific merits of a sustained breath-work routine.
“I just really loved what he [Amit] was offering because it seemed to me like an incredible tool; you don’t have to buy anything, you don’t need any equipment, you can do it anywhere you are,” said Autumn Bear. “It is an incredible tool for someone to be able to use for themselves whatever the situation is, to reduce stress or help with sleep, etc.”
In addition, yoga educator Rani Jayakumar will join Autumn Bear, Amit, and the musicians in hosting a free one-hour community event at Weilenmann School of Discovery in Park City. This event, open to elementary school and junior high children and their parents or caregivers, will take place on Oct. 13 at 3:30 p.m.