Anatomy of the Meditative Brain

Self-Direct Your Neuroplasticity

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Deepen your meditation practice by better understanding what is happening, and why, when you meditate.

The purpose of this course is not to make you a brain scientist or anatomist, but rather to give you knowledge of the functions of the parts of the brain.

In this digital workshop, you will learn about:

  • The benefits of meditation
  • Key physiological changes during meditation
  • The limbic system
  • The importance of myelination
  • Meditation and increased body awareness
  • Meditation and positive emotional responses

This course is very informative especially if you are new to meditation like myself. Makes the practice more effective as you are armed with information. Very well done. Thanks.

— Course Participant

Theresa Oswald, MD

Dr. Theresa Oswald brings over 25 years of experience working successfully with patients in the field of pain management to teach you how to transform your pain. Board-certified in integrative medicine and physiatry, the wisdom she shares is blended from ancient traditional health systems as well as contemporary evidence-based medicine for a truly integrative medical approach to wellness.

Anatomy of the Meditative Brain

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