Breathwork: How To Get Started

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Are you looking for new ways to release stress and tension in your life? How about Breathwork? Maybe you have heard the term used before but don’t know exactly what it is or how to get started. Breathwork supports challenges that we all face regularly especially stress. It can also offer a sense of peace, clarity, and gratitude. If you are working through any time type of trauma or emotional blocks, breathwork can be a great solution.  It’s also been known to help with:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Grief
  • Anger
  • Fear

So if breathwork has so many benefits why aren’t more people doing it? Breathwork Expert Vaughn Pierro founder of Vaughnpierro.com says “Once my clients have worked with me and first hand understands the power of using their  breath as medicine, I remind them that it is THEIR breath, available to them at any moment and can be used from 30 seconds to 30 minutes and more.” It’s no wonder that breathwork plays a vital role in reducing some common emotional traumas. Once you realize one of the most valuable tools for your mental health is with you all the time the usage of breathwork becomes more readily available.

Breath of Fire allows you to balance the right and left hemispheres of the brain, tackle the day, and provide a natural high in just two minutes.  Dianne Sykes MS NSCA, Quantum Physiologist suggests giving this practice a try and over time really start reaping the benefits of this practice. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIkEOlwWmH8

Other styles of breathwork include:

  • Shamanic Breathwork.
  • Vivation.
  • Transformational Breath.
  • Holotropic Breathwork.
  • Clarity Breathwork.
  • Rebirthing.

There is a multitude of other styles which let you know that there is something for everyone regardless of where you are in the practice of what you are looking for rest assure there is a style that is right for you. Keep in mind that not all styles of breathwork should be done alone. Experts highly encourage having a sitter or facilitator during your sessions as a form of support through the process.

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