Conscious Breathwork has been used for thousands of years to cultivate physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. It's a natural and somatic way of helping our body/mind heal. It aligns the body, mind and spirit, giving a greater sense of ease and pleasure. Once we've experienced a more relaxed version of life, we're more willing to see what else we're capable of!
If you want to experience deeper states of calm and well-being, the key is to develop good breathing habits.
Breathwork is a dynamic body-mind practice using conscious connected breathing for inner peace, enhanced health, wellbeing and personal transformation. Conscious Breathwork provides a doorway to exploration of high levels of consciousness in a safe atmosphere.
There's a magic that happens when we breathe together. You can feel deep connection, safety and spaciousness. In this place, the heart opens. Emotions flow. And the support of a loving guide like Juliana Ericson creates a cocoon of permission to share in new ways, to be heard and heal.
Conscious Breathing has many variations, used for various purposes. Conscious Connected Circular Breathing, Breathing Rebirth, is the type of Breathwork I share with my clients. It's a VERY POWERFUL healing tool, that is natural and works pretty quickly to
remove emotional toxins from our multi-bodies.
At birth, we are born with a breathing impulse. Somehow the body knows what it has to do to breathe. But, then we have traumas, where our breathing is inhibited. We also have mis-learned how to breathe, leaving us sub-ventilating, with all its lack effects. Teaching our body-mind how to breathe fully and without fear is a goal in these sessions.
A simple way to calm anxiety fairly quickly is to consciously breathe. That means, control your in and out breaths. There are many methods of doing this; I will share with you the one I use most often.
Dr. Andrew Weil, internationally acclaimed mind/body physician, says to breathe slower, longer, deeper. He also says that he believes that at least 50% of all major illnesses is due to people not breathing optimally!