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Conscious Connected Breathwork

Breathwork is a powerful tool for radical transformation. Overcome stress, burnout, and anxiety by getting out of your head and connecting deeper with your body and higher self. It's an opportunity to release unprocessed emotions and trauma- leading to overall physical, mental, and emotional wellness.

Breathwork has changed my life and it's my mission to share this practice with as many people as possible.

Free Breathwork Journaling Questions

Pre and post session questions to enhance your Breathwork experience

Virtual Breathwork

Live Virtual Breathwork Sessions

July 15- 7:30pm-9pm

Registration Closed

More sessions to come soon....

Benefits and Preparation for Virtual Breathwork

Virtual Breathwork may bring about a different experience than

in-person sessions. It can offer privacy and comfort being in a place you are familiar with and allows you lay still as long as you would like afterwards.

Preparation is easy... Here are a few tips to make the most of this experience.

  • You will need a way to join the video session (computer, laptop, smartphone, tablet) and an internet connection. 

  • For the best audio, use headphones or connect to a speaker.

  • You do not need to keep your camera on, however, if this is your first time or if you would like further direction and support on your breath, have your camera set up where it can see you from the waist up. 

  • Find a quiet place, free of distractions from pets, family, work, phones, TV, etc... This is your time!

  • Class is done lying down on your back. A solid or hard surface is preferred. You may choose to set up on a yoga mat or blankets on the floor. Do NOT perform breathwork while driving or in/near water.

  • An eye mask or small towel to cover the eyes is always helpful.
  • It is best to avoid eating 1-2 hours before breathwork, but not necessary.

  • Arrive 5-10 minutes early to the session to ensure you can sign on and your technology is working properly.

  • Review contraindications prior to your session and discuss any questions with the proper medical or mental health professional.

Group Breathwork Sessions

  • What is Conscious Connected Breathwork?
    Conscious Connected Breathwork is a 3-part circular breathing technique done through the mouth. It includes one breath into the belly, one into the chest, and a release. This style of breathing is a way to stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system, allowing you to step out of the constant fight or flight state, and access deep rest and relaxation. Conscious Connected Breathwork often results in an extreme emotional release, which can have lasting benefits to the body, mind, and spirit. Emotion is energy in motion, but we live in a culture which discourages us from releasing emotions. Suppressing emotions has been said to bring on disease, disorder, and disfunction within the body and mind.
  • What are the benefits of Conscious Connected Breathwork?
    The benefits to Breathwork may include: -Reduced stress and anxiety -Increased energy -Boost in the immune system -Increased self confidence -Strengthened lungs -Improved mood -Release of bodily toxins -Improved quality of sleep -Aiding in the release of fear and traumas -Improved focus and creativity ...and so much more.
  • What is the typical structure of a Breathwork Session?
    Though this may vary, especially with individual and couples sessions, a typical Conscious Connected Breathwork session consists of: -Introductions- Where we will discuss the power of Breathwork, what to expect from a class, and guidance on the breathing technique. -Approximately 27 minutes of the active 3-part breath which is set to music that makes the time fly. -An energetic or emotional release (AKA- a primal scream). I promise, it's not as bad as it sounds and it is so beneficial in freeing your body of energy and emotion. -Approximately 3 songs to allow for a transformative meditation. I have never been one to enjoy meditating, but the clarity and connection that comes after a Breathwork sessions allows for a much easier and joyful meditation experience. - Heart Moments, which are a guided journey towards releasing negativity and refilling your body and soul with love -Approximately 2-3 songs for grounding. Note: Depending on the class duration and goal, this structure can look a bit different and may not include some aspects listed above. Conscious Connected Breathwork should be done lying down on your back on a solid surface. The floor is best as it provides support and reduces injury from fall.
  • What should I expect?
    You should expect a powerful transformation! Though each session can feel very different. Physically, you can expect to feel tingling, dizziness, lightheaded, vibrations, or tightness in various parts of your body, but this will pass. Feeling into the physical sensations is an integral part of Breathwork and life as we are learning to connect and listen to our bodies. Emotionally, you will be given the permission and space to release all the toxic junk you have been holding onto inside of you. It is said that emotion is energy in motion, but we so often find ways to block this energy from moving through us, leaving it to be stored in the body which can eventually result in physical symptoms. Many people release these emotions through crying. Mentally, your brain will tell you every reason why you should stop, but that is because the brain is designed to keep us safe and it doesn't want you to feel uncomfortable or get too deep... but on the other side of discomfort is where the biggest transformations happen. The hardest part to Breathwork is getting past the critical brain and trusting the process, however this is a skill that is not only beneficial in the moment, but can help you in all areas of life.
  • Are there contraindications to doing Conscious Connected Breathwork?
    Breathwork isn't appropriate for everyone. It is recommended that you speak with your healthcare provider before starting any new practice, including Breathwork. Breathwork may result in an intense physical and emotional release and is not advised for people with a history of cardiovascular disease, including angina or heart attack, high blood pressure, glaucoma, retinal detachment, extreme osteoporosis, or any significant recent physical injuries or surgeries. Conscious Connected Breathwork is not advised for anyone with severe mental illness or seizure disorders, or for those on major medications or with a history of aneurysms. Pregnant women are advised to consult with their physician before starting Breathwork. Breathwork should never be done in or directly next to water or while driving.

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"The most incredible thing about Breathwork is that it truly allows you to become your own healer."     
-Eryn Johnson

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