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What is Breathwork?

Lasting Renewal

History

Conscious Breathwork is an ancient practice dating back thousands of years. Its roots began in Eastern practices like yoga, Tai Chai and Buddhism. In the United States, Breathwork gained popularity in the 1960s forming several new variations of the existing practice. 

Cultivation of Self-Awareness

Breathwork is considered a whole-body, self-healing experience as we let go of our mind's control and invite the body's intelligence to take over. The Breathwork experience ultimately works to align our body, mind and spirit by creating a sense of ease in our body and a trusting of life in our mind. Using Breathwork along with prayer and your connection to the Creator build upon awareness and guidance. 

Let's Breathe

An hour breathe is facilitated by me, Tiffany Berger. I will guide you in taking Conscious Connected Circular Breaths. This specific breath pattern encourages you to intentionally (Conscious) connect your inhale with your exhale (Circular). Conscious Connected Circular Breaths allow for a natural way to release emotional blockages that are thought to be the underlying cause of dis-ease and disfunction in our lives. This repetitive breath pattern takes you to a meditative state connecting you to your intuition, your spirit, empowering you to make soul-led decisions. A consistent Breathwork practice  encourages steps towards better physical and mental well-being activities that grow positive choices and invite lasting change.

Transformation

Breathwork can work to bring intentional stillness to your body and mind while inviting inner-peace to your spirit, thus transforming your physical health. Sessions incorporate strategies to use your breath to gain awareness of your mental frameworks, thoughts and conditionings. Encouragement of life-enhancing ideas motivate and propel you to determine mindsets to build psychological safety implementing sustainable self-care practices. 

Topics covered in Breathwork include current concerns or challenges, prenatal psychology topics to develop your birth script, inner-child work such as inner-child patterns formed, inner-child wounds and generational trauma, forgiveness, grief, separation of loved ones or experiences, creating healthy boundaries, truth process for self-healing and life-enhancing ideas to live a life full of joy and ease. Sessions build upon another to alleviate concerns and reach desired goals. 

Benefits

Discovering what your breath is capable of can help you develop deeper states of calm positively impacting your overall well-being. The benefits of Conscious Breathing yield dramatic potential. 

  • Relaxes nervous system transforming body to a rest & digest state

  • Oxygenates cells and blood, creating more alkalinity

  • Strengthens immune system

  • Increases oxygen & blood flow to brain

  • Experience a state of centeredness

  • Calms emotions

  • Increases energy

  • Better digestion

  • Can increase creativity

Something You Just Have to Experience for Yourself

Be sure to check out Client Testimonials under More to learn about Breathworx614's Client experiences.


Breathwork: Welcome

"All dis-ease comes from a state of unforgiveness."

Helen Schucman, A Course in Miracles

Breathwork: Quote
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Why
Breathwork?

What Research is Saying

According to the Journal of Spirituality and Mental Health, Breathwork has been shown to reduce symptoms of

  • clinical anxiety

  • stress

  • depression

  • PTSD

In terms of depression, one study in particular found that Breathwork resulted in a reduction in depression for individuals who did not respond to standard treatments of depression.

Also, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience found that slow Breathing resulted in increased comfort, relaxation, pleasantness, vigor and alertness and reduced symptoms of arousal, anxiety, depression, anger and confusion.

Breathwork: Bio

Resources

International Breathwork Foundation (IBF)

The Joyful Life Project

The Global Professional Breathwork Alliance (GBPA)

Breathwork: Files
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