“Decrease Your Cravings”
Lotus Yoga Centre
699 College Street West, Toronto
Sunday November 17, 2019, 1:30 – 4:30pm
The brain reward pathway is the primary neurological route through which we experience pleasure. Natural activities such as eating, drinking, having sex, and receiving a massage stimulate this pathway, allowing us to experience pleasure. Activities such as shopping, gambling and the use of addictive substances also engage this pathway. We’ll explore ways to better understand what underlies addictions and demoting habits, and work with tools like mental processing, breath and meditation to decrease your cravings.
Cost: $40 Early Bird by November 12th; $50 Regular
Register: Please register HERE
Contact Nirmal at 416-716-1402 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Nirmal Singh is a lead Kundalini Yoga teacher trainer, and mentors with Sat Dharam Kaur in the “Beyond Addiction: The Yogic Path to Recovery” training program. Nirmal has co-facilitated this program in Toronto, Owen Sound, Guelph and Peru, and teaches “Beyond Addiction Community Support Program” classes in Toronto. Nirmal owns and operates The Wellness Path which produces Kundalini Yoga related programs including sacred chant concerts, the White Tantric Yoga meditation course, Level One and Two Kundalini Yoga teacher training, retreats and other programs by internationally renowned teachers. Nirmal is a certified Life Coach and Compassionate Inquiry Practitioner, focusing on clients who wish to change difficult habitual patterns, or gain insight and strength in their recovery from addictions or trauma.