Breathwork Exercise For Grounding

Stand on the earth with your bare feet, close your eyes and breathe slowly and deeply. But do not just breathe into your belly. When you breathe in, visualize breathing in all the way from the earth, feeling whatever the earth has to offer - its warmth, its texture, its…

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What Is “Breathwork Integration”?

What Is "Breathwork Integration"? The experience of a Breathwork session doesn't end when the workshop ends. To get the maximum benefit from your breathwork experience, it's important to devote some time and space to your inner journey -- this is the process that we call "integration." What is Integration? It's…

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Breathwork For Students

How can breathwork help students? If you are a student, we have a special discount for you in Neurodynamic Breathwork Online to encourage you to give it a try. Decreased Stress, Better Sleep, Less Illness One of the primary benefits to students is that breathwork has been shown to decrease…

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Breathwork and Fear

Breathwork is not always "fun". But, the "fun" experiences in life are not the ones that bring you the most profound realizations and personal growth. Sometimes, it takes courage to process through the experiences that your inner guidance brings up. When fear comes up during breathwork, it is a tremendous…

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Quieting the Ego Mind

If you ego mind comes back in during the session, you have one of two choices. First, you can refocus your attention on the breath, making sure to follow the technique that you started with for several minutes (Deep, diaphragmatic breathing through the mouth, a little faster than normal, with…

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Breathwork And Tetany

Breathwork and Tetany About a third to a half of people who try breathwork experience something called tetany.   What is Tetany?   The term “Tetany” like “tetanus”  comes from the Greek word “tetanos” which means convulsive tension. Also known as carpopedal spasms, during an experience of tetany, parts of your…

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How Often Should I Do Breathwork?

There is no rule about how often to do breathwork, some people do it once a month, others do it once a week or more and the general guideline is to trust your instinct/inner guidance on what works the best for you. Each breathwork session stands on its own and…

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What Is Breathwork?

Breathwork refers to a variety of practices which use deeper focused breathing that lasts a specific amount of time to process emotions and improve health and well-being. People have practiced breathwork to: aid positive self-development boost immunity process emotions, heal emotional pain and trauma develop life skills develop or increase…

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