In Hindu philosophy including yoga, Indian medicine and Indian martial arts, prana (प्राण, prāṇa; the Sanskrit word for breath, "life force", or "vital principle") permeates reality on all levels including inanimate objects.

We ALL come into this world on an INHALE and we all leave this world on an EXHALE. Breathing is the most natural and automatic things we as humans do. We need to breath to survive, and it's something we do 24/7, three hundred and sixty five days a year!

Controlling your breath should be second nature, but it's not. It is a learned skill which needs to be developed.

Breathing correctly is a skill that can change your life.


Breakthrough with Breathwork.

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Safety Guidelines 

You must consult a physician before participating in breathwork sessions if you have any of the following;

Cardiovascular problems, Detached retina, High or abnormal blood pressure, Kidney disease, History of aneurysms, Epilepsy or history of seizures, Heart disease, Chronic panic attacks, Asthma, Anyone on heavy medication, Severe psychiatric symptoms, particularly psychosis or paranoia, Bipolar depression, Osteoporosis, Recent surgery, Glaucoma, Past trauma, Pregnancy, Depression, An active addiction, Any person with mental illness who isn’t in treatment or lacks adequate support, Anyone experiencing an emotional or spiritual crisis.

What to Expect:

Breathwork is the practice of consciously manipulating our breath over a period of time for a specific desired outcome. It is a powerful form of somatic work which i personally have experienced huge shifts as a result of doing. 

As we breathe in this conscious way, old, stuck physical and emotional blocks are naturally freed up, and more energy, creativity and inspiration is unlocked.

There are many different approaches and styles for different purposes and I will play with a mixture of them as guided during the session.