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When you get angry, scared, confused, or generally upset: shift your attention to your breathing, and take three slow, deep breaths. You’ll calm down, center, and be able to proceed with a clear mind and re-focused intention.

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Centering Solutions

Centering Is A Solution
“Meetings” happen all the time: most of the time with other people—all of the time with yourself. How you prepare for these meetings has a major effect on their outcomes. And knowing how to center yourself is the decisive factor in getting your needs met—while developing and maintaining good relationships with those you meet along the way.

Being Centered
To be centered is to feel balanced—your breath flowing smoothly, your mind and body calmly alert—adapting to the situation at hand. Centering breeds clarity, clarity summons courage, and courage leads you down the path of the right action.

Centering happens when you re-member: when you allow the various aspects of yourself—your body, mind, and intention—to naturally realign, enabling you to focus all of your capabilities on what you need, or want to achieve.

When you’re centered, what you’ve trained yourself to do—mentally and physically—will emerge spontaneously. And if you’ve remembered to train yourself well, centering provides you with the solution you need at any given moment.

Centering Solutions at BIOM
Whether you’re working in a conventional office setting, operating a small business, running a household, or restructuring your life, “taking care of business” is very demanding. These demands require a “response-ability” that enables you to handle problems in calm, centered, and honest ways.

BIOM offers a variety of Centering Solutions:

  • Tai Chi and Aikido for Teams
  • Coaching at BIOM
  • Four Steps for a Healthy Life

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    IMPORTANT: All information on this Web site is provided for educational use only and not meant to substitute for the advice of a local Oriental Medicine practitioner, biomedical doctor, experienced coach, or martial arts instructor.