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Breathwork is a therapeutic process that is meant to be used as a tool to access parts of oneself that aren’t apparent or easy to get to on the surface. It is an avenue to access the inner playground; it is an active meditation that by occupying the mind, to create space for the body to heal physically, emotionally and spiritually. It is a way to experience and tangibly feel your energy, detect blocks and patterns that lie in the body.

This technique takes us out of the beta brain waves to the creativity of the alpha and theta waves. Breathwork is a practice that can aid in letting go of old habits, narratives, conditioning, fears and traumas. It helps unwire  any conditioning from childhood, cultural or even past lives. It helps release pre-natal memories/trauma that may be stored in the body.

This practice can also assist in realigning your inner world for clarity, inspiration, and a greater sense of embodiment. People can have a psychedelic like experience by just the dimple act of conscious breathing.

Breathwork moves stuck energy and releases it to allow for expansion within. As an active practice it can bring up emotions, but the body won’t bring up anything it isn’t ready to heal. Just surrender to the BREATH!

Class Description

The typical Breath Work Session will last approximately 2 hours.


Set up for the practice and instruction of the Breath technique; 30 minutes ​ Facilitator will arrange the participants as they arrive. Participants will each have their own designated space on a yoga mat with the desired blankets and pillows for comfort.


Breath Technique for about an hour;​ Everyone’s experience is completely unique and each time you do it, it will be different. As you open up to the breath you will experience a wide array of body sensations, emotions and thoughts and the energy will rise and move quickly. During the hour, music will be played to guide the experience and the facilitator will use some touch to assist participants.


Rest/reset and closing; 30 minutes ​ Once the hour is complete, participants will be asked to end the practice. For 10-15 minutes the group will lie quietly. Sharing and questions will be addressed once the group convenes and the facilitator will close the session.