Through Conscious Connected Breathing (CCB) we tap into the energetic potential of the breath as a transformational healing tool. Common experiences include accessing an altered state of consciousness, feeling physically rejuvenated and energized, and freedom from negative emotions and conditions. Therapeutic Breathwork or Conscious Connected Breathing is an effective tool for getting to the roots of: depression, insomnia, anxiety, fatigue, addiction, as well as many other physical, mental and spiritual ailments that keep you locked in bad habits and painful cycles.
$159 4-Part Series | $50 Drop-In
June 15 – July 13 (n/c July 6th)| August 24 – September 14
Upon arrival, you are introduced to the breathwork method and what can be expected, guided through intention setting, and provided with props for comfort in savasana.
You are using the conscious connected breathing technique, which is a cyclic, slightly faster than usual breathing pattern. You are intuitively guided along with gentle and supportive music in a mindfully prepared space to maximize a feeling of safety and comfort. The experience culminates with a meditative integration period, and an opportunity for sharing and community-building among participants.
This is for:
– Anyone going through a difficult time or who is experiencing body pain
-Someone who is on a journey of self improvement
-Anyone who would like to elevate their energy or change a bad habit
CCB is a healing modality with an intention to become relaxed and present as you breathe to discover and heal deep rooted patterns of living. CCB is typically facilitated or guided by an experienced practitioner in a private or community setting.
Pranayama is a practice to consciously shift prana (energy) for greater fitness, meditation, and greater awareness. There are hundreds of pranayama practices for a practitioner to match with their goal.
Both CCB and pranayama practices have been proven to:
– Reduce stress and train the body and mind to handle stress better
-Improve stress-related physical symptoms