First Time Breather Checklist

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First Time Breather Checklist

  1. It is best to eat lightly or not at all in the one to two hours before the session
  2. Find a spot where you will not be disturbed during the session and where you can get the best possible internet signal – a hard wired connection is ideal. If you are using wi-fi, it is best to be as close as possible to the wi-fi signal.
  3. Things to have available:
    1. Water
    2. Tissues
    3. Chapstick (optional)
    4. Eyemask (suggested but not required)
    5. Blanket – you might get hot or cold during the session
    6. Sometimes, your body may be inclined to let out loud sounds to release energetic blocks and stress. If you are is a space where making loud sounds could bother somebody, have a small pillow or towel available to put in front of your face just in case.
  4. It is ideal to have a good quality headset to allow for best music quality, but a computer with external speakers is fine also. Earbuds can work also. You might want to run a test beforehand by playing some music off of Youtube and see what sounds the best.
  5. Wear comfortable clothing that allows for free deep breathing – nothing tight around the waist or chest.
  6. Take off any jewelry during the session so it does not distract you or get in the way

If you would like to try a free Online Breathwork session, please go here.

Our live, virtual Neurodynamic Breathwork Online sessions are hosted using the Zoom conferencing software and last approximately 100 minutes.  We offer sessions 4 – 5 times per week, so this is a great modality if you want to create a regular breathwork practice. Click here to find out more about our online breathwork process.

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