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Children & Educator 
Breathwork

Enhancing Students' and Staffs' Well-Being

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Enhance Your Educators' Well-Being

Breathworx614 offers professional development for educators and staff! Owner, Tiffany Berger is passionate about positively impacting educators' and students' well-being. Having taught over a decade and a half, she is familiar with the needs of the learning environment. Tiffany easily connects with staff and students, and her past experience in the profession equips her with a unique perspective. By integrating breathwork into educational settings,  Breathworx614 aims to nurture holistic well-being and academic success.

 

Breathing is a life skill, yet most of us do it wrong! Learn how to positively influence the learning environment with your breath!  Participants experience optimal breathing influencing a peaceful transformation of their well-being, as well as their surrounding environment.  Breathworx614's Professional Development is curated to promote teachers' well-being while equipping them with tools to apply to their professional and personal lives.

Tiffany desires to create a sustainable profession that is filled with ease and joy. Breathwork is a practice that is accessible to all. It is sustainable and positively transformational. 

This is one experience your staff will implement for the rest of their lives! 

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Children's Breathwork Empowers

View this Breathworx614 Client extending Bunny Breath at home. Bunny Breath is a Breathwork Technique to guide children through the experience of destructive emotions. 

"She chooses Breathwork now when upset, and her meltdowns are a lot shorter than they used to be."

- Breathworx614 Client

Breathwork for Children

An Enriching & Nourishing Inner-self Activity

Benefits

How can children benefit from breathwork?

Through the power of one's breath, children gain a relaxed headspace which leads to a relaxed and emotionally regulated body at school and at home. Children who participate in this enrichment activity learn conscious breathing exercises. Children can benefit from decreased stress, better management of anxious feelings, slower heart rate, lower blood pressure and feelings of happiness contributing positively to mental and physical states of their overall well-being.  

 

The International Breathwork Foundation reported that students who are immersed in daily conscious breathing strategies, learn to rely on their breath as a self-management tool to aide them in life.

Proven benefits include:

  • Clears and focuses the mind preparing children for sustained mental effort like homework, testing and other activities that require mental stamina

  • Improves self-regulation and self-containment

  • Reduces need for ADHD medication

  • Raises self-esteem

  • Helps foster class cohesion

  • Reduces bullying

  • Reduces stress, worry and anxiety

  • Raises reading and performance scores

The Conscious Breathing Classroom

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Breathworx614 + Nationwide Children's Hospital

Breathworx614 presented well-being techniques and breathwork strategies at Nationwide Children's Conference: A Healthy You and 22q. Attendees experienced a transformation in their well-being by participating in conscious and heart-focused breathing. The benefits of breathwork were learned, and times of application were explored. Participants left equipped and motivated to apply breathwork in daily living!

Ways To Get Involved

Inspire Conscious Breathing

Looking for effective strategies to build emotional intelligence and self-regulation with your children or students? You can too right from your very home, by registering the day/time that fits your schedule!

Meet One of
Breathworx614's Students

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You're Never Too Young to Consciously Breathe

This student of Breathworx614 built awareness of her emotions and learned how to use her breath to achieve a calm and balanced state of well-being.

 

She found great success using her breath when horseback riding, so much so, that she created this poster to display at the Franklin County Fair. She taught other riders and fairgoers Mindfulness and Breathwork Techniques to promote self-regulation. Way to go!

How Do Children
Consciously Breathe?

Got a fast talker? A child challenged to slow their body and be still? Or a child who has difficulty expressing their emotions in a healthy manner?

 

A routine practice of Breathwork slows the body and mind, builds attention stamina and self-confidence! Watch to observe what Conscious Breathing looks like for children.

Interested in Children and/or Educator Breathwork?

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