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  • 1 hour
  • From 40 British pounds
  • Online

Service Description

Our breath is one of the greatest resources available to us, yet despite taking around 23,000 breaths a day, most of us have no conscious awareness of our breath and take it for granted. The ancient knowledge and wisdom of yogic systems knew all about the power the breath has to enable us to cultivate optimal health and wellbeing as well as a higher state of consciousness and science is finally catching up with well documented studies to evidence it's potential. Conscious Connected Breathwork supports you to reconnect to your breath and our true essence. The modality can also support deep self- awareness, emotional integration and higher states consciousness. Other benefits include: Improved sleep and relaxation Reduced symptoms of anxiety, stress and depression Ability to process and release old stories and patterns of unhelpful behaviour Improved mental health Develop responsive rather than reactive behaviour Improved lung function and immune system Reduced fatigue and increased energy Pain management It is an open mouth technique where we actively inhale and passively exhale with no effort. Each breath connects to the next in a continuous flow, so there are no pauses between the inhale & exhale. Breathing in this way causes physiological changes in our body as we start to regulate our nervous system. In doing so we can experience a release of stress, tension, pain and trauma stored in our bodies which is responsible for physical, mental and emotional blockages in our systems. I will be guiding you throughout the session, however due to the nature of this type of breathwork it is important that you have resources/tools to be able to self-regulate and ground yourself. Although generally safe for everyone, there are a few contradictions that apply & whereby you are advised to breathe only through the nose. These include: Schizophrenia Bi-polar disorder, psychosis, or unmanaged PTSD Epilepsy Heart conditions & arrhythmia COPD or lung conditions Delicate pregnancy High blood pressure (hypertension) Low blood pressure with fainting history Glaucoma/detached retina Severe osteoparosis Recent major surgery If any of these apply, please advise myself prior to booking a session. Conscious Connected Breath is not a substitute for consulting your GP or medical care provider. In the event of a known medical condition (physical, mental or emotional) please always seek advice from a health professional.

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Glasgow, UK

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