What is Breathwork?
Breathwork a.k.a ‘Pranayama’ is an integral part of yoga practice and always has been yet today it’s catching on as a new independent trend separated from the yoga practice.
People from all disciplines, backgrounds and all walks of life are starting to realise the incredible transformative powers of conscious breath-work techniques and incorporating it into their own practices and lifestyles.
What is the purpose / benefits of Breathwork?
- trauma release
- deep rest
- enhanced focus
- deep meditation
- access of flow state
- relieves physical pain
- increases digestion
- boosts mood
- improves sleep
- improves posture
- performance enhancement in sports and martial arts
- optimal wellbeing
- connect to our highest sense of purpose
- the gateway to the deepest dimensions of our Self
How is breath-work practiced?
In a cool calm well ventilated space away from distraction. Often seated or lying down but there are some more vigorous energising techniques that involve standing and movement.
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contraindications for breathwork
Always seek a trained professional for breathwork.
Certain and specific breathwork techniques can be harmful physically, mentally and emotionally if practiced incorrectly without a qualified professional.
There are some circumstances where breathwork is not suitable:
Some Breathwork techniques are not recommended if:
- during menstruation
- if there is a high level of trauma and little embodiment
- on certain medications
- if poorly or in bad health
- if undergoing a mental health crises