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Guided Breathwork Sessions

Your breath brings oxygen into your body so you can thrive. When you are physically or emotionally stressed, it affects how you breathe. Breathwork helps to calm your stress and bring balance to your body. Specific breahwork practices have been around for thousands of years, and my training is based in the traditional Yogic breathing practices called Pranayama. 

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.  Breathwork not only elevates your mood, but also alkalizes your blood PH and has an anti inflammatory effect.

Breathwork requires focus, so it can take time to develop your ability to concentrate on the techniques which is why sessions are booked in sets of 6.  


Our first session is 60 minutes where we go over the basics. Then they can be booked in time frames of 30, 45, or 60  minutes.

Benefits of Breathwork

It’s easy to become overwhelmed by stress and feel out of control. When you focus on breathing, you allow your body the chance to reset and recover from the negative side effects of stress. 

Physical health benefits of breathwork may include:

  • Balanced blood pressure

  • More time in deep sleep

  • Reduction of PTSD and feelings of trauma

  • Stronger respiratory function

  • Better immune system

  • Release of stress hormones from your body

Emotional benefits may include:

  • Fewer feelings of depression and anxiety

  • Better mental focus

  • Decrease in addictive behaviors

  • Allowing emotional scars to heal

  • Better outlook on life

  • Contentment and joy


What can I expect from a Guided Breathwork session?

A guided breathwork session can be done seated on the ground, against a wall, in a chair, on the floor or even on the massage table. Unlike in a massage session, the client remains fully clothed. This session will start out with a simple grounding practice, followed by the specific breathwork practices. There is generally no touching by the practitioner unless needed to help support body, and breath awareness. 

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