We are born with a natural, open and relaxed breath. We breathe in and out around 22000 times a day. When we breathe in, oxygen nurtures and energises the body. When we breathe out, we get rid of toxins ( breathing takes care of removing 70% of toxins from the body ). When we breathe openly, our diaphragm goes up and down, massaging our organs ( helping proper digestion and bloodflow ) and heart. The movement of the spine, hips and the whole body that comes with natural breathing lubricates our muscles and bones, stimulates the lymphatic system and improves our immunity.
Most of the time we breathe unconsciously. Our body just does it, controlled by the autonomic nervous system.
But stress and trauma change our natural breathing pattern drastically. We know that stress is one of the biggest health problems of our time. By the age of 25 most people only use around 25 or 30 percent of their breathing capacity. This has a huge impact on our bodies, from hyperventilation to anxiety to a poor functioning of the immune system and many physical health problems.
Most of the time we breathe unconsciously, but the good news is that we can also breathe consciously and learn to open our breath again and thus, influence the nervous system.
- On the physical level:
- On the Mental/Emotional Level:
- On the Spritual Level:
More about Transformational Breath® here.
I am a certified Transformational Breath® facilitator and groupleader and facilitate individual breathing sessions, workshops and breathcircles.
Book or receive info about a privat breathing session here
A few times a year we organise six day residential seminars, led by Indalecia Rohitta Zirit. Find out about those here
We organise Transformational Breath® Discovery Days. Find out about those here
Every 4th Thursday of each month we organise Breathing Circles (Only for people who are already accustomed to the Transformational Breath® technique). Find out about exact dates and prices here.
We also organise Transformational Breath® trainings (Level IVA and Level IVB) with Indalecia Rohita Ziritt. Find out about those here.