Community Breathwork

Unlock the power of conscious connected breathing with guided breathwork sessions

What is Breathwork?

In this breathwork we practice conscious connected breathing. Conscious meaning you’re aware of your breath and choosing to breathe. Connected meaning there are no pauses between inhalation and exhalation.

We actively breathe full breaths into the bottom of the lungs and the front, back, and sides of the body followed by a relaxed exhale.

Breathing is through the mouth bringing in more oxygen and allowing the frontal lobe of the brain to relax. This supports the nervous system allowing release of held energy in the body.

What to Expect

We begin with an opening process, then I’ll guide you through 30 minutes of gentle conscious connected breathing accompanied by music. After the session they’ll be time for sharing of experience and questions. No experience is necessary.

When practicing this style of breathwork you may notice more physical sensation in your body. Feelings, emotions, or memories may emerge. You might want to move or yawn, or you may feel nothing at all. This is a trauma informed process. 

Every session is experienced differently.  After the session breathers report feeling a sense of openness, deep relaxation, and often share insightful experiences.  

Benefits of Breathwork

With a guided breathwork journey you can increase your sense of clarity, connection, and relaxation while improving oxygenation, energy, and circulation.

Breathwork is a natural remedy to relieve stress and anxiety, to breathe in more life force energy, and deepen meditation.

Conscious connected breathing is effective in releasing blocks and tension and opening-up greater self-awareness and transformation.

Safety and Contraindications

Conscious connected breathing temporarily changes breathing chemistry and is not recommended for conditions such as, but not limited to:

Cardiovascular disease, acute heart conditions, high blood pressure, diagnosed bi-polar and schizophrenia, epilepsy, glaucoma, detached retina, diagnosed brain or abdominal aneurysm, uncontrolled diabetes, undiagnosed thyroid conditions, recent surgery, or delicate pregnancy and first trimester (first three months) of pregnancy.

If you’re taking medications, it’s a good idea to consult with your healthcare practitioner before joining us. Please let me know if you have any of the above conditions, you’re welcome to participate in breathwork and can safely breathe through your nose instead of your mouth.

2023 Online Community Breathwork

Second Sunday of the month 10 am PT  /  1 pm ET  /  7 pm CET
Oct 8, Nov 12, Dec 10



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  • 75 minute online Zoom class
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