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Read and view Breath Art—and be touched by a truth within yourself that can feed your body and soul. Many of us long for this experience.

“When you do things from your soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy."

Margot Biestman describes her experience: “I loved being in the process of writing and drawing just in the moment of sensing breath movement in my body from the essence of who I am. I felt carried by my breath without plans or prior thoughts, or trying to achieve a 'work of art.'

I hoped that writing and drawing my truths from my personal experience might stimulate and inspire others to find their own truths through sensing movement of breath in their own bodies as they read and looked at the drawings and collages. I hoped to support not only myself, but also extend myself to support new growth arising in our world.”

Anyone interested in learning how breath can be a guide in the creative process as well as in the art of living can be stimulated by this book.

“Meet Margot Biestman in this book and be inspired and encouraged to meet yourself!”
Juerg Roffler,
Director, Middendorf
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About the Author

Margot S. Biestman
margotb Sausalito and Sonoma, California, USA

Margot Biestman is an author of several books, River of Breath, Travel for Two: The Art of Compromise, Spontaneous Language and many articles. She is internationally recognized as a
certified practitioner of Middendorf Breathexperience, senior teacher/trainer at the Middendorf Institute for Breathexperience in Berkeley, CA. She has appeared in interviews on national and local TV stations, and in local newspapers.

Margot is also an artist in various media, as well as a breath dancer. She has shown her art work in the San Francisco Bay Area and in the American Crafts Museum in New York. Currently she creates art pieces as breath moves her into expression.

She lives in Sausalito and Sonoma, CA with her husband of fifty-six years.

Publish Date  October 26, 2008

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  68 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Fine Art

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