Training the breath is the common thread running through nearly every spiritual tradition. The breath is the backdoor to parts of our physiology, unreachable otherwise. Our breath is the main way we draw energy into our bodies. Our breath is the best state changing tool we own. Skillful breathwork instruction can allow participants to access deep parts of their subconscious to be cleared. It can quickly find and release traumas and patterns which no longer serve us. It can unwind the mind, bringing deep, peaceful yet energized relaxation. It can create profound spiritual experiences.
As a double certified breathworker, I have discovered so many ways of using the breath for great healing. I draw from multiple disciplines to find the right technique for the group in front of me at any given moment. These can include but are not limited to, moving or stationary, long or short & intense or easy. We may do breathwork as a practice in and of itself, or it may be an empowering aspect of another practice. This may sound complex, but it is not. Most breaths stay notably simple while being superbly effective.
Gamma Breathwork for Rapid Trauma & Addictions Clearing
I have been personally trained and certified through the Energy of Breath Institute by Rohi Custage the creator of this modality. Rohi is a MA. level specialist in trauma and addictions clearing. She has designed and created the somatic therapies programs for the executive division of both Ocean Drive at Caron Renaissance and Headwaters at The Hanley Center. Both, world renown addictions treatment and recovery centers. This modality combines Peter Levine’s Somatic Experiencing Trauma Healing model with Gamma Breathwork and heart-centered cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy. This uniquely designed approach creates a rapid and holistic recovery for all participants. Each session leads to concrete changes in brain functioning and pattern clearing, reprogramming into life-affirming choice-making, and radically improved mental, emotional, and physical health. Individual sessions are 1 hour in length and typically a series of 6-12 sessions is recommended at a frequency of 1-2 sessions per week.