You know you breathe, but did you know
you can use breath to:
Find deep relaxation
Increase body and personal
Create a deeper
Safely examine sex / sexuality /
Remove roadblocks to clear communication
Release old un-needed
What would you
like to do?
Breathwork is efficient.
There are so many things that happen in a breath
session... all at the same time.
And all you have to do is focus on the breath.
Working on you is like any other job, efficiency comes
by using the right tool at the right time. You might be able to drive a nail in
the wall with a screwdriver, but isn't it easier with a hammer? If you could think your way to how you want to feel / be, I bet you
would. If thoughts haven't
gotten you to your desired state, I invite you to consider they may not
be the right tool for the job.
Try a new tool that you already have, breath, and learn
to use it in a different way.
Breathwork is portable.
The lessons and techniques learned here are yours to
keep and take with you. By
learning more about your own breath and body, you are better prepared
to deal with a wide variety of situations and have many more options
for responses to those situations.
Breathwork is a practice and an intervention.
You can use breath to do what I call the "heavy
lifting" of going deep into your own personal history, patterns
and responses to get an understanding so that change can happen. You can also use breath to address
the day to day responses that may leave you tense, stressed and
exhausted at the end of the day.
Breathwork includes work... it is in
the name. It isn't passive. You bring the drive, the desire, the
hunger, the body, the breath.
Breathwork potentiates those things within you. But you get to do it.
Breathwork is not an instant "fix".
We all carry around a lot of "stuff" and
probably have for a long time.
When you open a soda that has been agitated, there is
going to be a mess, unless you take the time to slowly release the
is much the same. We will work
to slowly release the seal so that you don't feel like a big mess.
As one of my teachers said- "It takes the time that it
takes, and it takes time."
Welcome and thank you for being here.
Please keep exploring by going to the Breath Options