Live Online Breathwork Class January 16, 2022 – 9am (PST) 12pm (EST)
Breathwork to De-Stress
We all carry some amount of stress and with all of the crazy stuff going on in the world right now it’s almost impossible to not have stress in some area of your life. The question is– are you going to do something about it? Or are you going to let it negatively affect your health and make you reactionary to the people and situations around you? Instead, how about you just come and breathe with me and clear it all out and feel amazing afterwards?
Just like taking care of your body with exercise, we have to take care of our mental and emotional health as well.
There’s 72 hr replay available after the class. If you don’t see it in your inbox after class, please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) Sunday night as the replay automatically expires on Wednesday afternoon.
The two most common statements after this class are…
“That felt like 20 years of therapy without saying a word!”
“That was the most profound experience I’ve ever had.”
Breathwork is a purely experiential thing that’s different for everybody and different every time you do it, so it’s impossible to describe but one thing is guaranteed and that is that you will feel completely different than how you felt when you started. Don’t take my word for it, do it, and find out for yourself…It’s undeniable.
Jon Paul will explain the technique and some of the things you may experience with humor and east coast straightforwardness. (No woo woo here)
After the Active Breathing (There’s a little bit of work in Breathwork) he’ll take you through a guided Heart Opening that will leave you FILLED with Gratitude and Love.
Breathwork is a powerful technique for exploration, discovery, healing, and personal growth. Working with the breath enables you to take better care of yourself and release beliefs and patterns that no longer serve you. Most people leave breathwork sessions feeling clearer, calmer, more content and relaxed. You’ll breathe to a curated playlist to enhance the experience and help you focus.
When we saturate our bodies with oxygen it helps clear negative emotions and traumas from our sympathetic nervous system, reduce stress, as well as a variety of other stored emotional experiences.
This Breathwork technique bi-passes the critic in our brain and talks directly to the body. Breathwork has the ability to help us reduce stress and open our up creativity. Currently, breathwork is being used on Veterans with PTSD and they are having great success in the reduction of symptoms.
After a few minutes of breathing, you may feel a tingly sensation of energy vibrating through your body, moving the stuck energy in your system. Many people report having profound experiences. Your experience will be unique to you and your path.
Breathwork is different for everyone and different every time you do it.
What You May Experience
* Ability to manifest greater abundance
* Deep healing of wounds, grief, and traumas
* Accesses expanded states of consciousness, including higher guidance and clarity
* Transcends the mind and emotions and supports Awakening
* Allows undigested emotions & memories to be released
* Releases toxins from the cells of the body
* Massive stress relief and deep relaxation
• Transcends the mind and emotions and supports the awakening to the truth of who you really are
• Greater self-love and more loving relationships
* Emotional Balance
* Relief from physical pain
* Increased connection to a source
* Overwhelming feelings of joy
* Deep inner peace
* Allows for connectedness & oneness to arise
Breathwork can result in intense physical and emotional release. Therefore, it is not advised for persons with a history of cardiovascular disease, including angina or heart attack, high blood pressure, glaucoma, retinal detachment, osteoporosis, significant recent physical injuries or surgery.
Breathwork is not advised for persons with severe mental illness or seizure disorders or for persons using major medications. It is also unsuitable for anyone with a personal or family history of aneurysms. Pregnant women are advised against practicing Breathwork without first consulting and getting approval from their primary care physician. Persons with asthma should bring their inhaler and consult with their primary care physician and the Breathwork class facilitator.
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