I facilitate a type of conscious controlled breathwork that is a powerful form of self-healing. I guide clients through the process of using a technique to help regulate the nervous system, facilitate emotional healing, and increase energy. Breathwork is a powerful tool that can help resolve anger, grief, heartache, personal/professional stagnation and feeling stuck in life. Some find breathwork to be useful with creative inspiration and manifestation.
Breathwork can be the gateway to attracting abundance - be it love, financial success, career success or whatever it is you want to create!
Breathwork is an essential practice of self-care and can be incredibly restorative and energizing. Think of it as pushing an emotional, spiritual and energetic reset button.
Breathwork is also a popular healing tool to support mood regulation (helping to manage anxiety and depression) as well as recovering from addiction. My specialization is working with those recovering from trauma, working to attain/maintain sobriety, and enhancing their current therapuetic treatment programs.
As a result of doing breathwork, you may experience a range of sensations and feelings (often immediately!) that can include:
• Deep relaxation
• Reduction in anxiety & depression
• Reduction in physical pain or tension
• Decreased stress
• Euphoria, elation, joy
• Optimism & positivity
• Increase creativity
• Love for self & others
• Enhanced intuition
• Greater clarity
• Feeling grounded or centered
• Feeling connected to Spirit, Higher Power, Source, Creator or God
• Opened & aligned chakras
• Lightness of being
Breathwork can help heal undigested trauma or pain that is stored in the body. It can help open your heart so that you can be your authentic self. Some people use breathwork to heal issues that surface as unhealthy patterns in their life (like in relationships) or for general well-being (like an energetic tune-up). Breathwork will send the healing energy wherever it is needed, all you have to do is breathe.
Breathwork is generally considered to be safe for most people. If you have a history of siezures, traumatic brain injury or are pregnant, please consult with your medical provider to determine if a breathwork practice is safe for you.