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Why Breathe?

“No matter what you eat, how much you exercise, how skinny or young or wise you are, none of it matters if you're not breathing properly. There is nothing more essential to our health and well-being than breathing: take air in, let it out, repeat 25,000 times a day.”


James Nestor

Using The Power Of Breath

We breathe around 25 000 times a day yet many of us do not do it very well. With little bit of practise, we can not only access more of our respiratory system but also hack into our nervous and immune systems.


We can use breath to alleviate anxiety, improve sleep, improve sports performance or as a vehicle to release physical, emotional, and mental blockages that we might not even know were hindering us from reaching our full potential.

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Conditions that

breathwork can benefit

Breathwork therapy is known to benefit people experiencing issues such as:

  • Stress

  • Anxiety

  • Grief

  • Phobias

  • Panic Attacks

  • Depression

  • Insomnia

  • Addictions

  • Eating disorders

  • Recovery Facilitation

  • Asthma

  • Apnoea

  • PTSD

  • Fatigue

Conscious connected breathwork works on three levels



Breathing efficiently affects multiple systems in our body – autonomic nervous system, brain, lymphatic- and endocrine system. Efficient breathing is a tool to increase energy levels, detoxification, strengthen the immune system and improve metabolism and digestion.



Breath is a vehicle by which we process emotional energy. With breathwork we can access and clear emotions stored in our bodies and work through the conditioning of the mind, helping us to move forward in life with clarity, joy and ease.



Breath is the bridge between conscious and subconscious. Breathing in a connected manner causes shifts in our physiology and allows us to explore altered states of consciousness. Breathwork is powerful method of deeper self-exploration.

Benefits of Breathwork


Increases energy

Correcting inefficient breathing patterns leads to increased oxygen saturation on cellular level. As cells get a change to top up with oxygen, they work more efficiently.


70 % of our toxins are released by breathing. Optimized breathing facilitates movement of lymph through the bloodstream and increases the elimination of toxins.

Boosts Immunity

Breathwork has a positive effect on the body by lowering cortisol levels and blood pressure, improving autonomic response to physical and mental stress and improving arterial blood flow.


Stress and anxiety

Breathwork helps to balance sympathetic and parasympathetic branches of our nervous system and creates more space around so called negative emotions.


Emotional pain

and trauma

Breathwork helps to clear emotional energy stuck in the body and works through shame and traumatic memories stored in cellular memory.

Calms Nervous System

Breath is directly linked to your nervous system. By calming our nervous system, we can also calm our mind and quieten negative thinking patterns.


Focus and reactivity

Breath techniques can be used to boost noradrenalin production which leads to increased focus and reduced emotional reactivity.



Breath is a bridge between our conscious and unconscious. Breathing in a connected manner helps to start a dialogue between the less known aspects of ourselves.


By balancing autonomic nervous system and improving our connection with ourselves we access the flow state easier and get the creative juices flowing.

"The mind controls the body, but the breath controls the mind."

B.K.S. Iyengar


I've been struggling with severe anxiety for years. Therapy, meditation, yoga, exercise, diet... You name it, I've tried it. I was sceptical before my first session but breathwork and mindfulness have turned out to be the game changers for me. Our sessions have helped me to heal and release long held pent up tension. I'm using the tools and techniques I've learned every day. I'm not afraid of anxiety anymore because even though it comes and goes, it no longer has a control over me

Emily, Musician


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