It's time to wake up! Wipe the sleep from our eyes. Listen to the pulse of life around us.
Respond to what we hear and create!
What is Awake Human Being?
Awake Human Being (AHB) is system of practices offered in classes and events both in the real world and online platforms that enable a deep exploration into the Great Mystery that is our being. The wisdom and understanding that comes through the practice is turned into positive and uplifting action. If you have ever wondered or become curious as to your true nature, or asked yourself "Who am I?" then AHB is the place for you! A place to discover self empowering tools and practices that support the unfolding of your life into its full creative potential, helping to align you with your true nature and with all nature.
What do we teach?
Awake Human Being aim's to integrate all aspects of our human nature, through practices of
conscious dance (Dance Awake), breathing, mindfulness, meditation, service, and movement.
Like an oak tree is contained in the acorn and under the right conditions the seed becomes a tree, we too have everything we need to grow into our full potential. Awake Human Being offers support by providing the right conditions, that enable a human to discover and grow into their full potential being and establish a meaningful, purposeful connection in relationship to their life and the rest of the world.
Every Body is Welcome!
About the Founder of AHB
Awake Human Being was founded by Brian Bergman and what is presented here are the gems distilled from his life of exploration into methods and practices that help to awaken our dormant potential and allow us to experience the fullness of our Being. Brian has been practicing yoga, meditation and mindfulness for 19 years and has been practicing conscious dance for the last 10. He is a veterinarian, a qualified Dancing Freedom facilitator, and holds a PG Diploma in Yogic Studies, from the Bihar Yoga Bharati, in India. He currently teaches yoga and mindfulness inside prisons as well as weekly Dance Awake classes and vets at an animal welfare clinic in Khayalitsha, Cape Town, South Africa.