Just Breathe; to Feel Amazing


As I wrestled with a debilitating lack of confidence, my life took an unexpected turn when I stumbled upon the transformative power of breathwork. Since then, I've made it a regular part of my routine, and the changes have been incredible. Not only have I increased my lung capacity and adopted healthier habits, but I've also become less reactive and more mindful. Physically and emotionally, I feel better than ever before.
But don't just take my word for it – the incredible benefits of breathwork are backed by science. I'm not here to sell you on any "woo-woo" theories. In fact, I'm a firm believer in evidence-based practices. That's why I dove deep into research and training to fully grasp the science behind breathwork.
And now, armed with my trauma-informed breathwork expertise, I'm ready to guide you on a gentle and transformative journey toward healing. Trauma-informed breathwork goes beyond traditional methods by incorporating scientifically proven techniques to create a safe and nurturing environment for your healing process.
Whether you're dealing with past trauma, chronic stress, anxiety, or simply seeking to enhance your overall well-being, trauma-informed breathwork is for you.
Through customized sessions, you'll learn how to harness the power of your own breath to release trapped emotions, reduce anxiety, and
 cultivate a deep sense of self-awareness. The trauma-informed approach ensures that you feel supported and empowered throughout your healing journey.
Are you ready to take control of your life? It all starts with a single breath. Join our somatic breathwork sessions and unlock the power within you. Take the first step towards a healthier, happier, and more connected you.
Don't wait any longer. Breathe in. Breathe out. Your transformation starts now.


What Are Some Of The Benefits Of Breathwork?
  • Increase lung capacity
  • Increase heart rate variability
  • Increase vagal tone, and engage vagal brake to increase flexibility to the system
  • Promote healthy digestion
  • Widen window of tolerance
  • Boost immune function
  • Stimulate neuroplastic processes in the nervous system
  • Increase autonomic flexibility
    Increase attention and focus
  • Rewire the brain to release old patterns and create new ones
  • Release tension and emotionality held within the system
  • Establish an anchor with our breath so that we PAUSE and therefore can respond to life
    with less reactivity, more awareness, and more easily moving through the ebbs and flows of life
  • Increase overall well-being (influence physiology and therefore psychology as well- they
    are related) Integration of grief and loss
  • Process and release trauma
  • Connect with and hear the wisdom of your body
  • Shift your state/energy/mood
  • (From, Pause Breathwork, 2021 Facilitator Master Manual)
Which of the above benefits would you most like to experience?  Comment Below

Every Cell In Our Body Requires Oxygen, Just This Fact Alone Makes The Breath Incredibly Powerful.
Learning to control and use the breath to our advantage, allows us to harness some of that power to improve our life.

One small practice is just taking a moment to pause and just notice your breath.  This is important because so often we dash through our days without paying attention to one of our most precious gifts, our breath. So, take a moment and notice the way the breath feels as it enters and exits your nostrils, the rise and fall of your chest and belly, and the feeling of oxygenated blood traveling through your body. Then perhaps allow yourself to feel a bit of gratitude for your breath and all that your body does for you each day.



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