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Breathwork refers to any breathing exercise or technique. It is an umbrella term for various types of conscious and controlled breathing practices that when performed, can improve your mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. During breathwork, you intentionally change your breathing pattern. 

Breathwork has been around for a very long time practiced throughout many different cultures.  Other cultures, practice Breathwork for the same reasons we do today, to alter consciousness for spiritual purposes, self-discovery, or healing. 


Many forms of Breathwork therapy involve breathing in a conscious and systematic way.

Many people find breathwork promotes deep relaxation, leaves them feeling energized,

and lighter as if they had gone through years of therapy.

People practice Breathwork for a variety of reasons. Overall, it’s thought to bring about

improvements in the emotional state and decrease levels of stress in the body. Here are

some other reasons why people practice Breathwork:

  • Help in positive self-development (Self care, Self love)

  • Boost immunity

  • Heal emotional pain and trauma

  • Increase self awareness

  • Improve personal and professional relationships

  • Increase confidence and self image

  • Increase joy and happiness

  • overcome addictions

  • Reduce stress and anxiety

  • Release negative thoughts

Breathwork is used to help to improve a wide range of issues including:

  • Anger issues

  • Anxiety

  • Chronic pain

  • Depression

  • Emotional effects of illness

  • Grief

  • Trauma and PTSD

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