Heart of the Brain®

February 8, 2018 - February 12, 2018

Heart of the Brain® – G18021

Workshop ID: G18021
Dates: February 8, 2018February 12, 2018
Price: $520.00$1,050.00

Do you learn best through your own experience? Why is it that some things are easier for you to do than others? How do play, nature, music, and making art influence you in ways that nothing else can? The doctor encourages you to exercise, sleep, hydrate and ‘eat an apple a day’. Why meditate or pray? Come learn basic principles about the brain’s function and plasticity – how it adapts, remembers, creates, and imagines in childhood and across life; the difference between good and bad stress; and new skills to keep it healthy, enhance memory, and support skills and talent in yourself and those around you. This Heart of the Brain® program dismantles outdated information and replaces it with fresh insight, to attach you, the participant, to the ‘feeling’ of your brain. A combination of science lecture, art and craft, guided meditation, outdoor play and a trip to the Deer Dance at the nearby Okhay Owinge Pueblo, allows you to feel and see what ‘I mean’, not just hear what ‘I say’. Your weekend promises a small but mighty transformation in how you understand Heart of the Brain® and yourself.

Layne Kalbfleisch

Layne Kalbfleisch, educational psychologist and neuroscientist, studies the relationship between talent and disability and how the human brain supports ingenuity and problem solving across life. She has been featured on CNN with Dr. Sanjay Gupta, SiriusXM Doctor Radio, The Coffee Klatch – Special Needs Radio, and Rhode Island PBS ‘School Talk’.

Layne Kalbfleisch