Rice University - Houston, Texas
Barbara and David Gibbs
Recreation and Wellness Center

Saturday, October 29, 2011



Gaye Abbott, RYT, CMT
Breathing 101: Breathe Fully, Live Fully
A Return to the Authentic Breath

2 hours

Your life may change every day and in each moment, but the breath is a tool to anchor you. Allow it to be the constant thread around which you weave your life.

In this workshop expect to:

This session will be a combination of providing relevant information and practice for participants. Easy movement and mindful awareness based practices associated with opening the breath will be offered. Appropriate for all ages and levels of physical capability.

Gaye Abbott Gaye Abbott, RYT, CMT has had a life long love affair with the breath and with the practice of yoga, as well as with life lived full on in alignment with her heart, soul, passion, and sense of humor. She currently lives in Austin, Texas and has been offering workshops, classes, retreats and private consulting globally for over 20 years as a yoga teacher/therapist, health educator, breath guide, and hug therapist, and is a 500/hour registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance as well as a Certified Massage Therapist.

She is a published author with chapters in the books Conscious Entrepreneurs edited by Christine Kloser, and Yoga and the Wisdom of Menopause by Suza Francina, as well as creator of Wildly Free Woman, Natural Passages Consulting, and H.U.G. Enterprises.Gaye has worked with breast cancer survivors, women who have been abused, at risk teenagers and those individuals that are either challenged by health issues or simply desiring to enhance their vital health and aliveness. Her blog Breathing Spaces is a place to share those places, experiences, travels, insights, creativity, humor, challenges, and pleasures that co-create "expanded space to breathe" within life moments

Gaye Abbott's Blog

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6100 Main St., Houston, Texas