20 minute breathwork practice. A continuous breath practice incredibly transformative to the mind, body, + heart. Use this practice to ground into your most empowered self.
24 minute breathwork practice. A continuous breath practice incredibly transformative to the mind, body, + heart. Use this practice to release what no longer serves you.
9 minute breathwork practice of continuous connected breathing (6 minutes) and self-love heart opening meditation (3 minutes). Use this practice to transform old stories and beliefs that may get in the way of knowing our true nature. Connect with the divine love that is always within you.
23 minute breathwork practice of continuous conscious breathing: 4 min discussion + 10 min active breathing + 4 min rest. We will work with resistance, which tends to show up in the first 5 minutes of a breathing practice. Resistance means the practice is working, we are growing + transforming.
10 minute pranayama practice, using breathwork techniques of bhastrika pranayama + kapalabhati pranayama + nadi shodhana . We first break down each technique and then put them all together for a well rounded pranayama practice. Feel energized, purify vital organs, + balance mind, body, and emotions.
10 minute pranayama (prana = life force + yama = control) practice, using breathwork techniques of nadi shodhana, also called alternate nostril breathing. This breath practice balances the right and left side of the brain and body (masculine and feminine) + settles mind, body, and emotions. Improve focus + calm overwhelm + boost energy.
5 minute 4-7-8 breathwork technique activates the relaxation response by stimulating the vagus nerve, which is the master nerve of the parasympathetic nervous system. When the relaxation response is activates we feel joy and happiness, while easing stress and anxiety.
15 minute breathwork practice of continuous conscious connected breathing + an empowering meditation to seal the session. Working with curiosity, you will become aware of discomfort without judgment and release what no longer serves you.
5 minute calming diaphragmatic breath practice known as the 3 part breath or abdominal breathing. Stimulate and tone the vagus nerve which strengthens and nourishes our relaxation response to feel peaceful, secure, and at ease.
23 minute continuous conscious breath practice to help process anything going in your life, mind, body, and heart with full acceptance + meditation to feel at ease in the world no matter what.
4 minute boxed breathing technique to increase focus, calm the mind, and balance the nervous system.
10 minute diaphragmatic abdominal breathing to activate and strengthen the relaxation response to reduce inflammation, lower pain, and calm the nervous system.
16 minute continuous conscious breath, a 2 part inhale and one part exhale all through the mouth, to clear out anything holding you back from fully feeling and resonating in gratitude. Accompanied with music.
12 minute continuous conscious breath, a 2 part inhale and one part exhale all through the mouth, to till the soil and weed the garden of our heart, mind, and body through the breath. Then plant a powerful intention into the fertile soil of your heart as we seal the practice in meditation.
19 min continuous conscious breath, a 2 part inhale and one part exhale all through the mouth, to weed the garden of the heart of any blockages or grievances, so you can grow a garden of love that will nourish every experience of your life. After breathwork, plant the seeds of compassion with loving kindness meditation. Feel free, open, and abundant.
5 min continuous conscious breath matched to the rhythm of sound bowls. This practice includes 10 rounds of a 2 part inhale and one part exhale all through the mouth, with an opportunity to hold the breath at the top of the inhale. This is a powerful breath, increasing energy, oxygen, and vitality, while nourishing the mind, body, and heart in a short practice.
7 min boxed breathing technique with crystal singing bowls to create a steady + even breath to restore the nervous system, improve focus, and calm the mind.
6 min walking breathwork, matching your footsteps to the count of your breath. This breathwork stimulates the vagus nerve, master nerve of the relaxation response and improves focus while clearing the mind. Can be practiced walking or seated.
13 min three part breath, diaphragmatic breathing, and 333 technique (inhale for 3, exhale for 3, hold for 3). This practice improves posture and activates the relaxation response to strengthen your inner wisdom + connect to you higher self.
7 min powerful deep breathing to shift your state of being + clear the slate while activating the relaxation response.
8 min 360 breath, breathing into the front, sides, and back of the body. This fully body diaphragmatic breathing is great for prenatal.
12 min nourishing breathing practice to clear the mind and relax the body. Breathe with the guided imagery of a flower blooming open. Accompanied with music.
10 min breathing practice of lengthening the exhale to activate the relaxation response, calm the mind, dissolve tension, and releasing any fears or worries you may be holding on to.
9 min pranayam practice to open the channels of the body so prana, your life force and energy, can move through you with ease. This is a very relaxing and restorative breathing technique.
11 min mindful breathing practice. The breath can be our gateway into the boundless awareness that holds all life. This meditation begins with a breath that calms our nervous system. Resting in this awareness of breath, we realize the peace and vitality of presence.