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The Integrative Inquiry Curriculum

The Integrative Inquiry Curriculum was developed by Dr. Marilee Bresciani Ludvik with a great deal of assistance and wisdom from Stanford University's cognitive neuro-scientist Phillipe Goldin, Google's Search Inside Yourself Curriculum and teachings from the Chopra Center for Well-Being, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction courses, as well as teachings from the Baron Baptiste's Power Yoga Institue.  Adding in Marcia Baxter-Magolda's Self-authorship principles via Dr. Emily Marx, the integrative inquiry curriculum is designed to reduce stress, and increase attention, focus, creative thinking, critical thinking, self-inquiry, conscious-choice making and overall well-being.

The curriculum is designed for adults older than 19-years of age. The team of curriculum designers is able to make modifications in the Curriculum and in the curriculum project designs for specific audiences and their needs. INIQ can be offered as university course study, an on-line course, workshops, or individual personal devleopment.

For more information on enrolling in the Integrative Inquiry course or bringing it to your college or university, email rushingtoyoga@gmail.com TODAY!

> What is Integrative Inquiry and Why Should I Participate? (video) (presentation)
> How does integrated inquiry work? (video) (presentation)
> Why is it sometimes called a compassion curriculum?
> Academic research that drives the Integrative Inquiry curriculum
> Components of Integrative Curriculum
> Expectied Outcomes of the Integrative Curriculum
> Testimonials from past participants of the course
> Assessment of the course
> Overview of the course
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