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The BreatheCure Conference is coming this fall, October 29, 2011 at Rice University Recreation and Wellness Center in Houston. This unique event supports the illness-to-wellness community and will feature educational classes and lectures for participants to use as a means of enrichment and healing. BreatheCure invites like-minded people of all ages and fitness levels together in a place of healing harmony.
BreatheCure is about the fundamentals of breathing.
Educating adults and youth on how the use of proper breathing, meditation, and yoga is how Breathe the Cure aims to help those dealing with cancer and other illnesses. The conference has asked health experts, artists, healers, and survivors to offer their experience and knowledge at this therapeutic event in Houston on October 29, 2011.
The 2011 BreatheCure Conference is a collaboration between Breathe the Cure founder, yoga professional and legislative yoga advocate Jennifer Buergermeister from Jennyoga/CuraYoga and the Texas Yoga Conference, as well as BYB Pink Ribbon Recuperative Yoga.
Breathe the Cure aims to offer alternative wellness techniques to professionals and the general public as integrative medicine emerges into mainstream treatment protocols. Conference attendees will have the once-in-a-lifetime chance to listen to presentations by health experts such as Dr. Gregory Burzynski of the Burzynski Clinic, author Barry Etsabrook, Alejandro Chaoul-Reich of Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, Dr. Lorenzo Cohen of the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center.
The conference will also feature music by Purple Songs Can Fly and Michael Brant, a Pink Aware Performance with the Houston Ballet, and a Thai-inspired yoga/massage class by Thai & Fly with Melissa Smith (LeeAnn Carey Yoga) and Maranda Pleasant (Origin Magazine). Find a full list of our 2011 presenters at http://www.btcconference.com/presenters.html

The BreathetheCure Conference will kick off with a VIP Party and Fundraiser from 7:00 – 10:00 pm, Friday, October 28, 2011 at Café Moustache in Houston. Doors will open at Rice University’s Gibbs Recreation and Wellness Center on Saturday, October 29, 2011 at 8:30 am. BTC is donating twenty percent of all proceeds from the conference to Pink Ribbons Project, a Houston-based nonprofit that saves lives and improves the quality of life for those touched by breast cancer.
To learn more about this unique event, please visit http://www.btcconference.com/

For questions about this event, please contact Amber LaFrance at [email protected].

Official Website: http://www.btcconference.com/

Added by Amber Lafrance on September 20, 2011