Sunday, July 5, 2015

Omega Unscripted

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Lecture is an often disengaging and stiff medium of idea expression. It’s a rehearsed one-way street of communication, and it takes a master to avoid coming off as completely contrived. That’s why Omega Institute’s Unscripted Teacher Talks are so refreshing. The talks are structured as conversations between some of Omega’s most distinguished instructors, which allows for a richer dynamic than a standard lecture provides. Omega’s Rhinebeck campus is hosting the four free teacher talks covering creativity, yoga secrets, empathy, and integrative medicine. Footage of past Unscripted Teacher Talks is also available online until December.

2015 schedule:

The Essentials of a Daily Practice July 15 at 8:00pm

Longevity Secrets From Master Yogis July 17 at 8:00pm

The Wisdom of Earth Cycles & Empathic Connection August 19 at 8:00pm

Integrative Medicine Roundtable September 26 at 7:30pm

Omega Institute
150 Lake Drive
Rhinebeck, NY 12572

(877) 944-2002

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