Skal Networking Breakfast and Live Workshop with Krishnaraj on 3rd May
Tuesday 3 May at Tembo Beach Club
7:30 am – 9:30 amPrice for Skal Member: 300 baht
Non- Skal Member: 500 baht
Start your morning with a beautiful breakfast by the Sea at Tembo Beach Club, followed by an 1 hour workshop with Krishnaraj
To join please RSVP via this link https://forms.gle/SqVo1XE2o9ee317b9
OR email firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop is designed to help you identify different kinds of stress, and then find effective ways to greatly decrease the levels of it. During the session, you will take an inward journey to tap into your brain’s ability to take better control during stressful situations. You will learn how to stay calm without getting overwhelmed and find ways to dissolve emotional stress.
In this workshop, you’ll learn about:
• Different types of stress
• How to stay in control during stressful situations
• Approaches to dissolve emotional stress
• Those dealing with regular stress
• Addressing calming techniques
• Understanding the connection between mind and body
The workshop will be complete with pranayama practice. Pranayama is a system of yogic breathing techniques designed to maximise the flow of prana (vital life force). The session will guide you in various techniques to control and regulate the breath, helping to calm the mind, balance emotions and reduce stress and anxiety.
Krishnaraj is an internationally renowned meditation and Integral Wellness expert with close to 25 years of experience. A powerful spiritual experience at the age of 16 inspired him to awaken the power of consciousness, deepen compassion, and help humanity discover inner peace and joy. Following that experience, Krishnaraj lived as a monk for the next 21 years and immersed himself in meditation and spiritual philosophy. Over the years, he has guided advanced meditation retreats in India, South Korea, Europe, UK, Ireland, and Brazil, and has spiritually mentored several thousand people from around the world. Krishnaraj holds a master’s degree in psychology from Walden University, USA. His other interests include gardening, Indian classical music and reading.