Reiki Breath and Health Wellness Series
Speaker: Ann Baldwin, PhD
February 16, 2022
4:30 - 6:00PM (AZ time)
Recording is available below.
Join us on Zoom for:
REIKI, BREATH, AND HEALTH
Join us as we learn about Reiki from Ann Baldwin, PhD and Reiki Master. She will discuss what Reiki is and:
- How it benefits people physically, emotionally and mentally
- Why regulating one's breathing is important in Reiki
- How Reiki and attention to breathing help balance the nervous system, reduce anxiety and improve relationships
She will lead us in a practicing breath regulation together and demonstrate how it enhances heart and brain function.
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Ann Baldwin, PhD
Ann Linda Baldwin, PhD, is a Professor of Physiology at the University of Arizona and Director of Mind-Body-Science. She is also a Reiki Master, and has practiced Reiki on people and animals for the last 20 years. Her degrees are BSc in Physics, University of Bristol UK, MSc in Radiation Physics and PhD in Physiology, University of London, UK. Ann focuses on reducing the damaging effects of stress using Biofeedback, Reiki, Trauma Release Exercises and Equine Facilitated Learning. She has published over 120 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals and one book, “Reiki in Clinical Practice. A Science-Based Guide”, Handspring Publishing (ISBN13:978-1-912085-36-1). Ann has received 30 years of funding from federal institutions and has served on review panels for National Institutes of Health. With her Reiki training and scientific background, Ann bridges the gap between energy healing and quantitative scientific inquiry. In her spare time, Ann rides her horse and is a horse handler for Therapeutic Riding of Tucson.
To learn more about Ann and Mind-Body-Science, visit www.mind-body-science.com
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