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Breathe in deeply to bring your mind home to your body - Thich Nhat Hanh


What is Breathwork?

Breathwork is a powerful healing modality. Similar to meditation, breathwork will assist you to drop into a deeper state of consciousness.


There are many benefits to meditating, however it can be uncomfortable for some people, especially when lots of thoughts flood the mind.


Breathwork helps you to bypass the mind and ego to deeply center yourself with a sense of calm and awareness.


It is hard to control the mind, but we can control our breath. The breath is directly connected to the mind and body.



Benefits of Breathwork

- Calming the mind and body

- Greater feelings of self-love

- Helps with anxiety and depression

- Breaking free from the ego mind

- Heightened awareness

- Lowers chronic inflammation

- Release stagnant energy that has unconsciously been residing in the body

- Increase space for life force to run through you

- It is safe to practice multiple times a day

We breath 20,000 times a day. We can be without food for 40 days, without water for 3 days but without breathing for only about 10 minutes. Our breath is so important to us being alive. When we are not breathing properly, we are not getting enough oxygen, this creates an acid environment where illness can grow.


By breathing properly, we can influence our digestive system and strengthen the entire immune system.




























What can you expect during a Breathwork session?

There are many different types of breathwork. Each has a different purpose and effect on the body.

Depending on the type of breathwork you choose, you will either sit up or lay down. Working as a team I will be with you the entire time to offer a safe, supportive container to support you through whatever comes up for you. 


These are the different types of breathwork that we can work on together in a Holistic Counselling session:


Conscious Connected Breathing

These are longer 90 min breathwork sessions, you will breathe for 45-60 mins. With the power of your breath, the music, and me as your guide, you can release stagnant energies.

Conscious Connected Breathing is a transformational breathing technique that brings the unconscious to the conscious.


It is a powerful way to release stagnant, uncomfortable, even traumatic energy that is stored within the body. Conscious connected breathing is the doorway to the body and the unconscious mind.

When we feel stress, we are feeling the effects of an emotion that is stuck or blocked in our bodies. Stress is associated with deeper emotions that have not been recognized and fully felt.

Energy never stays still. Repressed emotional energy puts our body in a state of continual turmoil.

Connected Breathwork helps us connect with and release the underlying emotional energy that causes inner turmoil.


As a result, we tend to find that we are naturally more at peace with ourselves and others and that our life flows with a greater sense of ease and harmony.

Resonant Frequency Breathing


This is a shorter 20 minute breathwork session that is used during the Holistic Counselling session. 

Resonant Frequency Breathing helps you to connect with the parasympathetic nervous system to

calm the mind and body.


A resonate frequency is the rate at which something vibrates. The frequency is the rate of the vibration. Resonance is the two systems with the same vibration encountering each other.


Using this breathing method, your nervous system will become balanced,

a healing response is activated within the body.


The Vagus Nerve connects the parasympathetic nervous system (rest and digest) to the organs in your body.


During resonate frequency breathing, the Vagus Nerve is stimulated to create a deep relaxation and restoration to release your stress and feel at peace.



Book A Session:


Send Katie an email if you would like to book breathwork session.


These services can combine breathwork with reiki, to help move any stagnant or undesirable energy out of your body so that you can feel love, bliss, joy, and feelings of peace.




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