North Carolina
Body, Mind and Spirit: Living a Balanced Life
Learn techniques to enrich your personal well-being as you practice breathing exercises, embrace your silly and creative side and explore various religious texts as literary entities.
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Program No. 21133RJ
6 days
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At a Glance

Learn the secrets to personal well-being through a combination of unconventional yet proven techniques that you may never have considered. Learn how to easily integrate body and mind through simple breathing and stretching exercises. Enjoy a chance to embrace your silly and creative side, allowing you to build new neural pathways and discover unexpected talents. Also, explore the Psalms of the Bible not just as religious texts, but as literary entities that convey fundamental facts of the human condition in graphic power and poetic beauty.
Activity Level
Easy Going
All facilities are in one building, with approximately 300 yards walking required; a few stairs. Outside areas are mountainous, with inclines and uneven terrain.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Discover and participate in ways to manage your health, by either preventing or delaying chronic conditions to live a healthier, more functional life.
  • Learn the fundamentals of neurobics, the scientifically grounded program designed to stimulate the growth of new brain cells and neurological connections.
  • Study the biblical Psalms in a literary and psychological light that just may reveal to you previously overlooked aspects of your character, needs and aspirations.

General Notes

Opportunities are available for traveling companions to attend a different program at Montreat during the same week. Due to the nature of this program, listening devices are not available.
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Chyril Graf
Chyril Graf employs her knowledge of anatomy, body mechanics and medical massage therapy to provide clients with a unique experience that is good for the body, spirit and mind. A graduate of Michigan State University, she also studied at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. She is part of the new direction in integrative massage therapy, bringing her west coast style to the southeast. Chyril is a licensed and insured NC LMT (12560) and the owner of Black Mountain Bodyworks.
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