Conscious Connected Breathing


   For thousands of years ancient traditions have used conscious breathing for health, strength and spiritual practices. Studies have shown Conscious breathing has a direct effect on our physical, mental and emotional health and well being and can be the key to reducing symptoms of stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia and PTSD. 


   Conscious breathing is a powerful and safe technique that helps us delve into the deeper aspects of ourselves. It facilitates the connection to our own innate wisdom and facilitating the ability to open up to higher levels of consciousness and allowing us to go deeper into our inner resources. A clarity of thoughts and beliefs are often brought to the surface which helps with the decisions we can then make to live a life with more abundance and joy.


    Breathing acts as a bridge between the conscious and the unconscious, between the mind and the memories stored in our bodies. It can bring about an awareness to see unhelpful belief patterns that we have built up about ourselves and by identifying them we can take responsibility to change these thought processes and dissolve the limiting beliefs we have about ourselves.


In today’s busy world we often don’t give our bodies and minds the attention they need through rest and restorative processes. 


   During a breath-work session I create a safe and nurturing environment which will allow your body and mind to fully relax and sink into this amazing process, while I give you personal attention and support.


   Your breath is free and with you all the time. I am passionate about helping you learn breathing techniques you can take home with you and have as lifelong tools.  

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Individual breathing sessions

Individual breathing sessions

Individual breathing sessions

Experience the power of your own breath  in a deeply nurturing and supportive environment

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What I offer

Individual breathing sessions

Individual breathing sessions

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Frequently asked questions

Individual breathing sessions

Frequently asked questions

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