Virtual Breathwork | April 17
Virtual Breathwork | April 17
an active meditation technique that allows you to connect with your breath and clear your mind and body of stuck energy. It allows you to feel where your blocks reside and actively move through them, creating a pathway for an emotional detox.
On one hand it activates you, on the other it allows you to relax and release tension while liberating limiting beliefs. It can connect you to your innate wisdom while helping you to open your heart to honest self-love, self-healing, and self-acceptance.
BENEFITS OF BREATHWORK
Begins to clear out stuck energy
Calms and grounds the nervous system
Invites balance to the energetic body and immune system
Promotes deep relaxation, bliss, and natural sleep patterns
Helps in relieving anxiety, grief and stress
Invites healing for trauma
Supports addiction recovery
DATE : Wednesday, April 17
TIME : 18.00 CET / 12.00 EST / 9.00 PST
LOCATION : Zoom — this link will be sent out via email prior to class. If you do not see it in your inbox, please check your Spam folder.
QUESTIONS : please send any questions to me at firstname.lastname@example.org - I will not be able to answer technical questions while we are in class so please sign on 5-10 minutes prior so I can address those if needed.
CANCELLATIONS / REFUNDS : There are no refunds for this class. If you can not attend class there will be a recording sent to you within 24-hours.
ADDITIONAL INFO :: please see the additional info area below for how to prepare for our time together.
Setting Up Your Space for Breathwork
The most important part here is that you feel comfortable and safe. Create a private space for yourself where you will be uninterrupted by pets, roommates, other technology, children, partners, and so on.
This breathwork is practiced laying down flat and you’ll be laying down for about 35-45 minutes. You can be on a couch, bed, floor, etc, simply make sure you are again, comfortable. If you are pregnant you are welcome to breathe on your side if you need to.
Your body temperature can fluctuate a bit so having a blanket over you or nearby is helpful. If you need something underneath your head do your best to keep the back of your throat open, a flat pillow or blanket just under the back of your skull is best. However, a big pillow is wonderful to have by if you’d like something to yell into when we move through that together.
You are more than welcome to create a sacred space in whichever way you’d like to prepare for your session. I will be using cedar, palo santo and essential oils by-proxy. If you have crystals or stones it can feel grounding to hold those in your hands
Zoom & Computer Set-up..
Please arrive into the Zoom chat a few minutes before we actually get started so that you can familiarize yourself with the platform.
For the first portion of our time together you will be sitting up while we open the circle, discuss the topic and ground.
For the breathing portion you will be laying down flat, please practice this set up for when we land there and set yourself up in a way so that when you lay down I can see you from your waist up while you are breathing. Note, you can also turn your camera “off” during this time as well.
Everyone will be muted during our time together but the chat room will be open for any questions that come through at the end assuming we have a few minutes for that.
Taking Care of Yourself After Breathwork
What I often suggest after breathwork is to move slowly, stay close to yourself, and take your time rising back up if you’ve decided to lay still a little longer. If you’re feeling “spacey” or ungrounded take a look around where you are an re-orient yourself and grab a drink some water and a snack. You may still feel a bit tingly, heavy, open, blissful, and so on. Stay as close to your experience as you need to in order to welcome yourself to the other side of it. This could be a good time for you to get pen to paper and have a slow, early to bed kind of day.