What is breathwork?
Breathwork is an umbrella term used to define different therapies using the breath consciously to create shifts. It has been shown to help people transform and grow their awareness and can give rise to altered states of consciousness, as well as having a positive impact on physical and mental well-being.
Some common examples of breathwork that you may have come across include pranayama, holotropic breathwork, and the Wim Hof method.
On this retreat learn about postures, breathworks, pranayamas, and the background and value of each breath. There will be training in energetics, physiology, and postures - the three segments of the breath.
The way we breathe greatly influences the quality of our life.
All forms of breathwork are used for different things and they are not all the same.
Breathwork creates biochemical changes in the body through the breath. These changes help you to identify and then alter habits and patterns in your behaviour, allowing you to make positive changes in your life. It is totally safe, powerful, and extremely transformative.
Breathwork is a gentle yet incredibly effective form of body-based therapy, using the breath to help alleviate past emotional traumas and negative beliefs that may be impacting your life. This simple breathing technique frees up energy by releasing the ‘emotional lead’ that has been weighing us down, which creates more joy, freedom, and a greater sense of aliveness.
A transformational practice for anyone seeking spiritual growth or solutions to issues such as low self-esteem, stress, anxiety, trauma, lack of confidence or relationship problems. Learn how to use the breath to access altered states of consciousness whilst creating lasting change and relaxation.
Who needs breathwork?
Everyone can benefit from breathwork as it has a wide range of benefits and is always specific to the individual's needs.
To Name a few common examples, Breathwork has been known to help with:
> Stress and anxiety relief
> Self-esteem issues
> Confidence issues
> Previous sexual trauma
> Feeling stuck
> Relationship problems
> Birth trauma
> Eating disorders
> General well-being
> Finding your life purpose
> Learning deep relaxation
Breathwork brings up suppressed emotions that we carry around in our bodies. Some of which you may be aware of (conscious mind), and some you may not be aware of (subconscious mind).
The death urge:
A lot of people come to breathwork with what is known as a ‘death urge’. Unconsciously their behaviours demonstrate a movement towards death as opposed to a better life and living abundantly.
Examples of the death urge include smoking, drugs, self-harm, sexual promiscuity, and excessive alcohol use. Less obvious examples include toxic relationships, bad eating habits, overindulgence, and a lack of physical activity.
Many deeper examples can be found within familial, religious and cultural patterns.
Breathwork helps carry people to more resourceful states of consciousness, a desire to have a life well-lived, to live with passion and to fulfil your mission here on planet earth.
"Rebirthing has revolutionised my ability to create the relationships I truly wanted in my life.
Through rebirthing, I have healed my money blocks, created the life of my dreams, met my beloved partner and have helped many people with their traumas." ~ Sam
I am committed to helping people heal their lives and create the love and abundance that is their birthright.
In order to create a shift in consciousness in the world, it is important to take responsibility for our own conscious and spiritual growth.
DO NOT INDULGE NEGATIVE THOUGHTS. ONLY THINK ABOUT WHAT YOU WANT.
This retreat runs over three days (Friday - Sunday).
The total cost is £600 per person.
This includes all tuition, comfortable accommodation with beautiful surroundings, and healthy delicious food throughout the course.