For Centuries, Eastern Wellness Systems Have Understood Breath As An Essential Foundation For All Health and Meditative Practices. Western Wellness Is Finally Catching Up.
For those interested in good health, fitness, meditation, or nutrition, they find that when they add breathwork to their practice, it transforms the results they are already getting in other areas.
Anyone can register for Releasing 2017 – Creating 2018, an introduction to transformational breathwork workshop, happening December 31st. This is an opportunity for participants to discover breathwork and bid farewell to this year as they create their intention for life in 2018.
People Take Their Breathing For Granted
Take a moment to notice your own breathing. How much of your lung capacity are you using? Take a full and complete inhalation. Compare that to how you were breathing a minute ago. Notice your energy level in relation to your breathing.
Most people unconsciously breathe too frequently and without sufficient depth. This severely limits the amount of air they take in and the amount of energy they have.
Transformational Breathwork allows participants to release areas of blocked energy and reset inhibiting patterns of breathing. People who practice breathwork experience numerous health benefits, including releasing emotions, chronic psychological trauma, even relief from PTSD. Practitioners often find they have greater energy, better sleep, and a clearer and calmer mind.
In an introduction class attendees will learn how to breathe fully and train their body to breathe in a pattern that creates energy and vitality.
Some Benefits of Proper Breathing:
Harness the Power of Breath
Eastern medicine and practices like Chi-gong, Yoga and various martial arts have incorporated the use of breath to move energy in the body for millennia. Through breathwork, people can use their conscious mind to bring balance to the bodily processes that seem involuntary.
Like any kind of fitness regime, transformational breathwork requires a person to have focus and intention. Having a coach guide participants through the exercises is a great way to train in this new technique. A breathwork facilitator can coach someone in a classroom setting or a private session to realize the profound benefits of this practice.
The workshop on New Year’s Eve day, Releasing 2017 – Creating 2018, will be in a group format in a large classroom. Tom will be the facilitator that coaches the session. He will guide participants through exercises and breathing techniques to free themselves of emotional baggage, and create a free flow of energy. Through breathwork anyone can release what holds them back and create the life they want.
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