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Breathwork and Meditation Coaching

Breath awareness allows us to be more present and to have access to more flow states on a regular basis, which is the foundation of a more healthy and peaceful life. The basic idea of breathwork is to release toxins and stress when you breathe out and nourish your mind and body when you breathe in. This is a fully immersive experience with the breath and music allowing you to take a journey deep within yourself in a supportive setting. Deep rhythmic breathing with awareness moves energy in the body while tapping into the nervous system and creating an expanded state of consciousness. This can be a very intense experience which creates undeniable changes in the body and mind. I encourage you to go as deep as you want and to trust yourself. The experience can bring deep insights and clarity.


Breathwork can sometimes allow for unresolved memories and emotions to rise to the surface so they can processed with a new awareness. It’s like a reset for the nervous system. By the end of a practice, many people experience feelings of clarity and peace with a newfound sense of awareness. It can be very energizing and exhilarating while also leaving you feeling calm and grounded. Some experiences can be challenging and revealing. 

Integration is an important part of the experience to allow for optimum outcomes. 
Every person has their own individual journey with the breath, and I am honored to be a part of yours.

Research shows that our breath is directly correlated with how we feel. When you’re calm you often take slow, deep breaths. When you're upset, stressed, or afraid you take shorter, shallow breaths (or even hold your breath). Engaging in breathwork helps you bring more awareness to these patterns and take control of your own state of being. It can help you to be more present in your life and find yourself in flow more often.


Building a relationship with the breath helps to :

  • Lower stress and anxiety

  • Increase energy and boost the immune system

  • Sleep better

  • Process and heal from trauma

  • Recover from substance abuse / addiction

  • Increase your attention and awareness

Breathwork may also have a positive impact on your central nervous system. When you feel stressed, your breath tends to become fast and shallow. This limits the oxygen entering your bloodstream. Your brain tells your body that there is a threat, and your body responds in fight or flight. When you take time to slow down and purposefully breathe deeply and slowly, you tell your brain that everything is OK. Your brain communicates to your body that it’s safe to relax. The fight or flight response decreases, and your body can begin to function normally again.

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