Holistic Vision Improvement Workshop

Nathan Oxenfeld has just published the new and improved third edition of his book Give Up Your Glasses For Good: Holistic Eye Care for the 21st Century and is amidst a one-month North East Book Tour where he is spreading awareness about natural alternatives to glasses, contacts, and surgeries, and teaching natural vision improvement workshops along the way. Come get a signed copy of his new book and participate in an hour of interactive vision enhancing practices that are designed to help you see more clearly without glasses and perform visual tasks in a more relaxed way.

Space is limited to 15 participants. Please email nathan@integraleyesight.com to register and save your spot.


Workshop Description:

Glasses, contacts, and surgeries are not the only ways to care for your eyes. There are simple and natural ways to boost your eye health and address vision problems in a holistic way combining Yoga, the Bates Method, and more. Attend this workshop to learn three simple steps to achieve clearer eyesight through physical eye yoga practices and clearer insight through mental meditations and visualizations. Please bring glasses instead of contacts.

“Everything begins in the mind. If you want to see clearly, you need clear vision.” -Swami Satchidananda

Presenter Bio:

Back in 2011 when Nathan Oxenfeld was going through his yoga teacher training program, he depended upon strong glasses to see in the distance. He had myopia and astigmatism, and had been wearing strong glasses since the third grade. He stumbled upon a book in the Yogaville distribution warehouse called Take Off Your Glasses and See and the rest is history. He improved his vision holistically using the methods that he now teaches in his workshops. For more information, visit https://www.integraleyesight.com/

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When

June 14th

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Location

Brookline Village - Conference Room
361 Washington Street, Brookline, MA 02445, United States

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