Breathwork

What is Breathwork?

Breathwork is a conscious and intentional practice of breathing that provides direct access to the subconscious mind. From this state of heightened awareness, individuals have the ability to:

  • release trapped and suppressed emotions, as well as unresolved traumas, that are held within the body
  • re-wire the brain and establish new neural pathways

It is akin to a more powerful form of meditation, allowing participants to achieve profound states of balance and peace, and unlocking their full potential.

I offer 9D Breathwork classes and corporate breathwork sessions. If you are interested in becoming a 9D Breathwork instructor, you can also join a breathwork masterclass.

9D Breathwork Classes

Stress Reduction

Conscious, deep breathing can help activate the body’s relaxation response, leading to reduced stress levels. It calms the nervous system and promotes feelings of calm and peace.

Emotional Release

Breathwork can create a safe space to release and process repressed emotions. It allows individuals to tap into and express their emotions in a healthy and cathartic manner, leading to emotional healing and growth.

Increased Self-Awareness

Through focused breathwork, individuals can cultivate a deeper sense of self-awareness and mindfulness. It helps in connecting with one’s inner thoughts, emotions, and sensations, promoting a better understanding of oneself.

Improved Mental Clarity & Focus

Conscious breathing techniques bring more oxygen to the brain, enhancing mental clarity, focus, and cognitive function. It can increase productivity and overall mental performance.

Enhanced Energy & Vitality

Deep breathing helps in oxygenating the body and increasing energy levels. It can boost physical vitality, reduce fatigue, and improve overall well-being.

Emotional Regulation

Regular breathwork practice can help individuals develop a greater sense of emotional regulation and resilience. It provides tools and techniques to manage and navigate challenging emotions effectively.

Release of Physical Tension

Deep, conscious breathing helps release muscular tension and promotes physical relaxation. It can alleviate physical discomfort and promote a sense of ease and relaxation in the body.

Spiritual Exploration

For those interested in spiritual growth and exploration, breathwork can serve as a gateway to accessing higher states of consciousness, insights, and expanded awareness.

Official BreathMasters Facilitator

A breathwork facilitator is someone who guides individuals or groups through the practice of breathwork for the purpose of emotional healing and personal growth.

Here are some key roles and responsibilities of a breathwork facilitator:

Creating a safe & supportive environment

A facilitator ensures that the space where breath work sessions take place is safe, comfortable and free of distractions. They establish a sense of trust and confidentiality to allow participants to fully engage in the process.

Educating & explaining the practice

A facilitator provides information about breath work, its benefits and how it works. They help participants understand the connection between breath and emotions, as well as the potential effects and sensations they may experience during the session.

Guiding breathing techniques

A facilitator leads participants through specific breathing techniques, which may include deep, conscious or specific rhythmic breathing patterns. They provide verbal instructions and cues to help individuals navigate their breath and stay present in the experience.

Supporting emotional release & integration

Breath work can sometimes bring up deep emotions or past experiences. A facilitator creates a non-judgmental space for individuals to express and process their feelings. They offer empathetic support, active listening and guidance on integrating the insights and emotions that may arise during the session.

Tailoring sessions to individual needs

A skilled facilitator is sensitive to the unique needs, preferences and limitations of each participant. They may adapt the breath work techniques and session structure to accommodate individual goals or challenges, ensuring a personalized experience for everyone involved.

Providing post-session support

A facilitator may offer debriefing or integration exercises after the breath work session to help participants ground themselves and process any insights or shifts that occurred during the practice. They may also provide resources or additional support for continued self-exploration and growth.

Overall, a breathwork facilitator’s role is to create a safe and supportive environment, guide participants through a transformative breath work experience and offer personalised support for emotional healing and personal growth.

9D Breathwork Classes in Wanstead, E11

9D Breathwork is a deeply immersive practice that utilises conscious breathing techniques and sounds through state of the art headphones to access higher states of consciousness, release energetic blockages and unlock profound healing within the body.

Classes will be held at Wanstead Works on 8, 15 and 22 July.