What Is The Difference Between Neurodynamic Breathwork and Holotropic Breathwork?

Holotropic Breathwork Holotropic Breathwork (HB) is a modality that was created by Dr. Stan Grof. A Holotropic Breathwork Workshop is an all-day event where participants pair up and have two separate roles during the day - Sitter and Breather. The "Sitter" experience is considered to be integral to the experience. …

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Breathwork Law #1: Trust the Process

Breathwork starts here. This is the rock-solid, number one most important concept to understand if and when you decide to try breathwork. It underlies everything we do as facilitators, and it should be the first “law” to which your mind returns during any moment of uncertainty you experience during your…

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Breathwork And Loving What Is

It Is All Part Of The Process In breathwork, make anything that happens during the session a part of the process, normally there are at least one or two people who share that something happened that interrupted their session in some way—i.e. somebody walked into their room, their cat jumped…

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The Ego Mind and The Breath

The ego mind has no interest in the breath. Why? Because the ego loves things that it will be praised and recognized for. Breathing is too easy. The ego mind cannot proudly say "see how well I breathe!". ​​​ Nobody will tell you "you are amazing! Your will become famous…

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Bringing Your Powerful Breathwork Experiences Back Into Your Life

For standard integration practices after breathwork, see the blog post here. However, the next time you have a particularly powerful experience in your breathwork that you feel is important to you and you want to bring into your life and embed it into your being, you can also do the…

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Neurodynamic Release Work
Woman using Neurodynamic Release Work on her shoulder to release residual tension after a breathwork session.

Neurodynamic Release Work

Normally, during a Neurodynamic Breathwork Workshop, the body will complete its own release work by first maximizing the tension in a specific body area, then releasing it. Occasionally, at the end of a workshop, it can happen that the body has not quite gotten to maximum tension so there a…

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Breathwork Exercise For Grounding

Connect With Mother Earth 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…

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Working With Resistance in Breathwork

Our ego mind doesn't like big changes So, it creates resistance to them through boredom, fear, anxiety, sleepiness, etc. If you feel like you are having resistance, move forward, you are on the right track! Feeling Stuck? Some People Have All The Luck!! At some point in your breathwork process,…

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What Is “Breathwork Integration”?

What Is "Breathwork Integration"? The experience of a Neurodynamic 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?…

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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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