Conscious Breathwork Sessions
Breathwork is a means of inducing an altered state of consciousness through full and connected breathing. An energy charge is created in the body, and as the energy dispenses, it serves to release, or to cleanse blockages, both physical and emotional. Possible experiences include: resolution and release of current problems, unresolved childhood wounds, birth memories, past life remembrances, and stored trauma releases in the body. Many also experience encounters with the divine, transcendence of time or space, oneness experiences, deep peace, unconditional love, and orgasmic states.
The process is gentle, safe, and loving and almost every person will have a deep moving experience. As an added benefit, Breathwork is quite healthy for the body. Benefits can include:
Deepen a spiritual connection
Dissolve stress and anxiety issues
Release old baggage and disempowered beliefs
Increased levels of awareness and intuition
Heal emotional contributors to physical dis-ease
Unblock the creative process
Provide a safe and natural way to experience expanded states of consciousness
And much more!
Whitney, our breathwork facilitator, has been practicing breathwork for years and has seen in herself the profound healing and awakening experiences the breath can provide. She is currently in the 8 month long Breathwork Facilitator Training with Zach Rehder of Sedona, AZ and Gurpreet Gill of Boulder, CO. As part of the training, Whitney is offering one-on-one private breathwork sessions at a greatly reduced price. What will be required is that you come with a genuine openness to the work, and interest in your own healing process. All sessions will be confidential and primarily focused on breathwork, although she will utilize her other skills and tools as appropriate.
For a single breathwork session, the price is $45. The breath will show you different aspects of yourself in each and every session, so for those interested in doing an arc of 10 breathwork sessions, each session is at the bundle price of $35. Sessions are scheduled for 2 hours and may or may not take the whole time, depending on how the breath flows that day.