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Conscious Connected Breathwork

“Breathwork is an umbrella-term describing a wide range of conscious breathing practices that promote awareness, self-regulation and deep personal transformation.


Conscious Connected Breathwork serves as a bridge between body, mind and spirit; between the conscious and the subconscious.

Conscious Connected Breathwork allows us to release and resolve emotions, belief systems, stresses and memories which are often inaccessible through the more conventional talking therapies.”

From the International Breathwork Foundation

 

EVOLUTION

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A variety of Conscious Connected Breathwork schools have evolved from “Rebirthing”; a conscious connected breathing practice originally described by Leonard Orr in the 1970s. With breathwork at their core, they also combine a unique set of additional healing modalities, including: sound, bodywork and/or therapeutic touch, water, affirmations and coaching. Some psychotherapeutic modalities are: Rebirthing, Transformational Breath® and Holotropic, Integrative and Shamanic Breathwork.

COMPONENTS

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While many Conscious Connected Breathwork techniques have unique features and frameworks, the majority include 5 universal components; 1.) no pauses between the inhale and the exhale; 2.) active inhale into the belly with relaxed expansion of the chest; 3.) the exhale is passive (no forcing the air out); 4.) the inhale and exhale is done through the same channel (mouth or nose); 5.) an active intention that holds the breather, as well as the breath itself, as having an innate healing capacity.

CCB

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Conscious Connected Breathwork is a conscious, intentional breathing pattern in which the inhale and the exhale are connected without any pauses. It can; 1.) create changes in your physiology (e.g. alkalinity vs. acidity); 2.) increase your awareness of Self; 3.) provide an opportunity for profound personal development; 4.) create altered states of consciousness. It can be practiced alone, in a group or in a one-on-one session with a breathworker.

 

As your facilitator...

During a session, my role as a breathworker is to; 1.) help you become aware of what is going on in your body; 2.) offer suggestions; 3.) help you maintain the breathing technique; 4.) observe you and provide general feedback; 5.) to alert you to signs of resistance; 6.) offer affirmations or remind you of your intention; 7.) suggest therapeutic touch or movement; 8.) mirror your breath or movements; 9.) help you to engage your body so that you can integrate your experiences, connect with your feelings, remain grounded and present.

 

Private Breathwork Session

$275/2.5 hrs.

Enjoy a privately facilitated breathwork session in the comfort of your own home. Includes 45 min. counselling session + 45 min. breathwork session + 30 min. debriefing/integration + 30 min. travel time. 


Pre-requisite: 15 minute free telephone consultation for new clients. 

Online Breathwork Session

$225/2 hrs.

Enjoy a privately facilitated breathwork session in the comfort of your own home via DOXY. Includes 45 min. counselling session + 45 min. breathwork session + 30 min. debriefing/integration. 


Pre-requisite: 15 minute free telephone consultation for new clients. 

Group Breathwork Session

$45/pp. 3 hrs.

Group breathwork sessions are a great way to continue to deepen your breathwork practice with added benefit of the shared experience and reduced cost. Includes 45 min. of conscious movement + opening circle + 60 min. breathwork session + closing circle. 


Pre-requisite: 15 minute free telephone consultation for new clients. 

 

UPCOMING GROUP BREATHWORK SESSIONS

October 15 | November 12 | December 10

2:00 to 5:00 pm at 215 East 17th Ave. Vancouver, BC. 

 

Schedule a free consult.

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