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FOCUS | ENGAGEMENT | WELL-BEING

RESILIENCE  to  STRESS

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using

BREATH powered by MUSIC & RHYTHM

for

INNOVATORS in EDUCATION & BUSINESS

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"Every minute was worth listening to!"

"I should be doing something like this every day!"

"An immediate impact on my well-being!

"The release of stress, the feeling of restoration, and the self-awareness made a substantial difference!"

"Medicine in its purest form."

"Dr. Igor was casual, inspiring and friendly."

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STRESS & ANXIETY

FOCUS 

HIGH ENERGY

WELL-BEING

MENTAL CLARITY

cultivating

using

BREATH

POWERED BY

MUSIC & RHYTHM

GOAL

Build a CHARGING STATION for yourself,

not for your device .

 

HOW?
Learn RHYTHMICAL BREATH CONTROL

A.K.A. breath powered by music & rhythm. 

 

DOES IT WORK?

It wouldn't be used by the Navy SEALs otherwise!

 

BENEFITS

High Energy | Focus | Alertness | Mental Clarity | Engagement | Well-Being | Contentment | Creativity

 

ORIGIN
Inspired by yogic meditation, psycho-acoustics, classical music of East and West & Afro-Cuban dance.

 

Dr.  Igor Iwanek...

Is a well-being diplomat who helps people develop resilience to stress. His tool of choice is rhythmical breath control. Here the mind is renewed by breath & focused by music.

 

A speaker featured on NPR, an award winning music composer, left-handed pianist and harmonium performer, Dr. Igor is also an India trained Yoga of Sound instructor. A cerebral hemorrhage survivor, he understands the fleeting nature & power inherent in every moment.

 

Dr. Igor's webinars and live appearances focus on helping participants thrive in stressful times. These programs draw on his expertise in the fields of yogic meditation, Indian & Western classical music, psycho-acoustics, Salsa dancing, hammock lounging & stargazing.

In his spare time Igor & his wife Divya ride

their vintage Aqua Blue scooter. Igor’s gym

of choice is kayaking on the lake & tending

to his vegetable garden. A native of Poland, Igor came for college to the USA at a tender age of 19. He studied classical music composition & piano and earned his doctorate from Boston University.

Dr. Igor had the privilege to share these

teachings with audiences across the USA ,

Portugal, Austria, Poland & India. His

communication skills are seasoned by

almost 20 years of teaching experience…

as well as 14 years of reasoning with his cat, Polilatka. In his academic life Dr. Igor taught at MIT and a variety of educational

institutions across the USA.

 

Most Popular Talks

Interactive Webinar Experience or In-Person Appearance

 
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How you breathe relates to how healthy & productive you are. Breath is a super drug for depression, insomnia & anxiety. In this interactive session professionals learn proven techniques of charging the mind using the breath. 

 

This session focuses on methods that radically improve your professional output by focusing on personal health.

Stress means that you are not-at-ease. It eventually leads to dis-ease. In pre-Covid world, the CDC attributed 80% of doctor visits in the USA to stress!

 

In this interactive session, powered by breath & music, professionals learn an array of powerful rhythmical breath control patterns that help tackle stress & anxiety. Some of these techniques are used by the US Navy Seals on a regular basis.

Success is the art of handling unforeseen events and emotions.
 Random breath brings lower performance. Rhythmical breath control enhances concentration & memory - leading to efficiency and health.

 

This hands on session will guide professionals in methods to increase focus and create a state of relaxed preparedness for success & productivity.

Testimonials

BE FOCUSED, BE ACTIVE

BUT DO NOT BE REACTIVE

for FOCUS &  ENGAGEMENT

WORK LIFE BALANCE DOES NOT EXIST... & NOW WHAT?

for STRESS & ANXIETY

 CHARGING STATION FOR YOU 

NOT FOR YOUR DEVICE

for HEALTH & WELL-BEING

 
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