One Sky International
Year Founded: 1990
Model of Therapy: Breathwork
Available training types: Basic and Advanced Personal Growth, Self Improvement, Professional Practitioner Training and Certification
Breath-centered and body oriented spiritual psychology education and coaching.
About the Founder(s)
Dan Brulé is a modern day teacher and healer, a pioneer in the field of Breathwork, and leader of the worldwide Spiritual Breathing Movement. He is one of the originators of Breath Therapy, and was among the first group of Internationally Certified Rebirthers, and is a master of Prana Yoga (the Hindu Science of Breath), and of Chi Kung/Qigong (Chinese Medical Breathing Exercises). More than 100,000 people in 45 countries now apply Dan’s breathing exercises and techniques in their work and in their lives.
He is the author of Shut Up And Breathe: Exploring the Art and Science of Breathwork, A Formula for Transformation, The Principles of Breath Therapy, Zen and the Art of Breathing, Stress and Breathing, A Brief Introduction to Chinese Medical Breathing Exercises, The Art and Science of Breathwork, Spiritual Breathing, and his article Ten Ways to Improve Your Breathing.
Dan served in the US Navy during as an Independent Duty Hospital Corpsman, Deep Sea Diver, and Emergency Medical Rescue Specialist from 1971 to 1976. He majored in Human Development and Learning at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and graduated in 1984 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Education.
In 1985, he designed and completed a Masters Program in the Healing Arts at Lesley College in Cambridge, called “The Breath as A Tool for Health Growth and Change.” He founded The Growth Center, Inc.: one of New England’s first Alternative Education and Holistic Healing Centers. He developed the first-in-the-nation “Stress and Coping” program for American Red Cross workers, and was the founding president of the New England Self-Esteem Council and served as the Director of Youth Education for the Council on Alcohol. Dan founded One Sky International Life Skills and Healing Arts Institute to foster cultural exchange between the USA and the USSR. He presented at the First International Free Breathing Conference in Moscow. He took part in a ten-year study of Breathwork with the Russian Academy of Science. Dan worked with world champion Greco-Roman wrestler Alexander Karelin, as well as members of the Olympic judo, triathlon, and tennis teams.
He served as Chairman of the South Coast Hospitals Group’s Cardiovascular Health Committee and Youth Risk Behaviors Task Force. There he helped design and implement cutting edge, science based health promotion and disease prevention initiatives. Dan founded One Sky International Life Skills and Healing Arts Institute to foster cultural exchange between the USA and the USSR. He presented at the First International Free Breathing Conference in Moscow. He took part in a ten-year study of Breathwork with the Russian Academy of Science. Dan worked with world champion Greco-Roman wrestler Alexander Karelin, as well as members of the Olympic judo, triathlon, and tennis teams.
Dan is a frequent local and national radio and television guest, and he has done seminars, workshops and trainings in such diverse locations as the Open Centre in London, Aurora College in the Northwest Territories of Canada, the National Conservatory of Music in Estonia, the San Pedro Federal Penitentiary in Bolivia, the Bashkir State Medical Institute in Ufa, and at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Cancun.
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