Breathwork is a potent self-healing practice which circulates energy in the body, releasing physical and emotional blockages by using your breath.
How we breathe is how we live.
We breathe around 25,000 times a day, yet most of us are not taught how to breathe efficiently or to truly honour the power of our own breath. It is never too late to improve your breath pattern and learn a tool for self healing!
We work with the Wim Hof Method breath practice and Conscious Connected Breathwork (Breathwave).
These forms of Breathwork are simple yet powerful, and are effective in managing stress + anxiety, physical pain and creating an overall sense of balance and well-being in the body.
What does a Breathwork session look like?
Sessions are 90 minutes. All sessions are offered by an experienced and trauma-informed breathwork facilitator.
At the beginning of the session you will have a chance to share who you are, what matters to you and what your intention for breathing is. Then you will be guided through a nourishing and powerful breath practice for over an hour. Hands-on body work, energy work and sound healing tools may be used to optimize the experience.
Through these sessions people will learn how to optimize their breath from the inside out, increasing oxygen absorption and promoting natural healing and recovery. Breathwork has been scientifically proven to be extremely beneficial in the healing of injuries, chronic pain, inflammation, stress and anxiety, among many other benefits.
What are the benefits of Breathwork?
Calms the sympathetic nervous system
Helps to release stored energy and trauma in the body
Increases oxygen in your blood
Helps detoxify the body and accelerates injury recovery
Strengthens the immune system
Promotes better sleep
Boosts energy and lifts mood
Improves stamina for endurance sports
Helps to process emotions
Can connect you to something greater than yourself
Looking for Group Breathwork Sessions?
We offer group breathwork journeys about once a month.
We highly recommend doing a 1-1 session before diving into a group journey, as it is important to understand your breath mechanics to get the most out of your session.