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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Your Challenge For The Week – Become More Present By Changing Your Patterns

Part of what makes breathwork so amazing is that you are actually 100% present in the moment, in your body and not in your mind. Your egoic mind is always in the past or the future. your body is always in the now. Your challenge for this week is the…

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Past Life Experiences In Breathwork

In one session a few years ago, a participant who had been afraid of water his entire life without knowing why, had an experience during breathwork of living in the 1700’s and drowning. It was a particularly difficult experience, feeling like he could not breathe, fighting for air, etc but,…

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Continuing To Process After Your Neurodynamic Breathwork Session

Occasionally, a participant will report that they are continuing to process after the session is over. Lucky them!! They had a deep experience and their psyche is continuing to process even when the ego mind is back. This is an opportunity to develop the skill of "being the observer" and…

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Using Your Cat or Dog as a Sitter

Sometimes, during the sharing after an online breathwork workshop, participants share that during the session their dog or cat came into the room and, if it was a cat, jumped on their belly, or, if it was a dog, nuzzled them or made some other type of connection. This is…

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Working With Expectations In Breathwork

Sometimes, it is more difficult than others to quiet the ego mind and let go of expectations for the session. The egoic mind is constantly chattering in your head in your everyday life all the time and blocking you from connecting to source. Just watch those thoughts come and go…

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What To Do If After Many Breathwork Experiences They Seem To Get Less Intense and Plateau

All sessions are different. It is impossible to project or predict the progression. I have done breathwork for over 10 years and the experiences continue to change with time. For me, there have been periods of time when the experiences have gotten less intense and more gentle, kind of like…

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After Breathwork Watch Your Dreams

Vivid dreams (and/or "nightmares") in the couple of days after the session are an important integration tool. It means that your psyche feels safe to release. You are closest to your subconscious in your dreams so it is important to pay special attention to the content. The dreams are actually…

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