WOW Fest: Top-Tier Presenter Ed Harrold
“Ed Harrold is fantastic and I truly believe what he is teaching will be the next step in Sports Performance as well as enhance athletic ability,” Bill Fabrocini, Sports Medicine
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At the nexus of yoga and a conventional fitness program is – Ed Harrold.
Ed Harrold is an inspirational leader, coach, and educator. His mastery of the science of pranayama (extending the life force through the breath) has allowed him to apply mindful, conscious breathing practices to fitness, weight loss, stress reduction, and overall health and well-being programs.
Today, Ed blends the fields of neuroscience and the wisdom of contemplative traditions into effective strategies to improve well-being among individuals, professional athletes and in corporate America.
Ed’s fluency in mindfulness-based strategies combined with the belief in the human potential gives him the depth of understanding to meet individual and group needs across industries and platforms.
“Our ability to make the necessary lifestyle changes to enjoy health and wellness is driven by our mental and emotional well-being.”
Ed previously served as the director of yoga and sports training for The Kripalu Insititute for Extraordinary Living and was a contributing editor for both Rowing News Magazine and Natural News. He is the creator of Flexibility for AthletesTM, Mind Body AthleteTM, F-FORCETM Weight Loss… the Yoga Way, and his personalized Transformational Executive Coaching program.
Meet Ed Harrold at Becca Tudor’s 3rd annual Telluride WOW Festival, a weekend of wellness dedicated to motivating, educating and inspiring anyone on a journey to health, inside and out. At the event, Ed joins key opinion leaders from the Aspen Club & Spa, Sports Medicine Department, Bill Fabrocini and Dirk Schultz, along with other top instructors in the field of health and wellness, from June 11 – June 14, 2015.
“ I became aware of WOW several years ago when my agent told me about Telluride and Becca Tudor and the fact she valued breath-based exercise. I thought it would be a good fit and I was right: I love the venue and the folks who attend. Education is key to evolving the old models of exercise that basically don’t work for long.”
At WOW, through Ed, attendees will learn to create a cutting-edge self-care routine or athletic training program that will be a hybrid of Eastern and Western techniques and ideas.
To learn more about Ed Harrold and what he will be teaching and talking about at WOW, click the “play” button and listen to our conversation.
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