Group gatherings are as old and essential to wellness as any medicine. In fact, the contemplative and healing traditions from which I developed Contemplative Biofeedback™ emphasize group participation as the key to transformation.
I have given presentations to all sorts of groups, including government offices, corporations, university departments, medical conferences, patient groups, Five Star health spas, retreat and yoga centers, church groups, integrative health conferences, and private gatherings.
I would be happy to develop a topic or program to suit your audience and needs. Feel free to CONTACT me to discuss your ideas and needs.
Developed and presented a yearlong series of trainings on Contemplative Biofeedback™ and mind training, playfully titled "MindSurfing™". Integrated classical dharma with neuroscience, psychophysiology, and behavioral psychology.
Featured speaker in advanced topics lecture series for USC honors program. Topic: Contemplative Science as a bona fide science, and practical applications for relief of stress and suffering.
Chaired panel at India's launch of Nalanda University's revival, the greatest seat of learning in the ancient world. It operated for 700 years, but is virtually unknown in the west. Contemplative training was the core curriculum.
Guest on Johns Hopkins' radiocast "Aches & Gains," hosted by Dr. Paul Christo. Topic: application of mindfulness to enhance the effectiveness of biofeedback.
Interviewed about modern stress and its many effects in our lives. Represented Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine on local television's health program.
Presentations at academic meetings. Here with Prof. J. Kamiya, my friend and colleague, who launched the field of neurofeedback. We share a strong interest in contemplative technologies for self-regulation.