Working With “Negative” Emotions in Breathwork

  • Post published:July 21, 2021

Sometimes participants have a series of sessions with release of “negative” emotions such as crying or sadness and wonder “will this ever complete”. Yes, it will evolve.  It is more…

Journaling as an Integration Tool For Breathwork

  • Post published:July 13, 2021

The first thing that I recommend is to write down your breathwork experience right after the session. If you do not get insights into your experience today, if you look…

A Beautiful Struggle

  • Post published:June 30, 2021

Sometimes breathwork experiences can be blissful, sometimes exciting, sometimes gentle but also sometimes they can feel like a struggle.  Once you can open your heart and surrender to all of…

The Healing Power of Releasing Anger and/or Rage

  • Post published:May 26, 2021

When you release anger and/or rage, it is incredibly powerful.  You may feel exhausted after the session.  Many times anger and rage are the things that your ego mind holds…

Breathwork in a Group vs. By Yourself

  • Post published:May 19, 2021

The Difference Between Group Breathwork & Solo Breathwork In terms of doing breathwork in a group or by yourself, I find that, for most people, you can drop deeper into…

Relationship with Your Body

  • Post published:May 12, 2021

It's important to embrace the miracle of inhabiting your body. The vast majority of the time, you do not actually inhabit it. We are not usually aware of our bodies…

The Impact of Breathwork on Our Brain

  • Post published:May 5, 2021

Brain Science & Breathwork Much happens to our bodies during a breathwork session. For example, our blood gets a bit more alkaline due to the deeper, continuous breathing. This has…

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