Have you been hearing the word breathwork and wondering what it is?
Have you been hearing the word shamanism and wondering what that is?
Would you like to go on an exploratory investigation into your own subconscious?
If you’ve answered yes to any of the above, come to this workshop where I will offer a short introductory talk on what Conscious Connected Breathing and Shamanic Breathwork are; a discussion about what to expect; facilitate an hour-long breathwork journey followed by a short break and then an integration art process and sharing circle.
This is not a passive participant workshop where you sit and listen to me talk — you will breathe, you will journey, and we will co-create together a lovely experience of healing and community.
When: Saturday, 18 September (new date tbd)
Time: 10 am – 1 pm (3 hrs, sometimes a little longer)
Where: Birdsong Retreat, Wainui, @ The Temple of Venus
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register or with queries
Space limited to 12.
Shamanic Breathwork utilizes a dynamic breathing process called conscious connected breathing along with chakra attuned music, bodywork, and an art integration & sharing process. You are guided on a journey where you can drop deep and tune in to your inner wisdom and achieve an altered state of consciousness, by-passing the ego mind, and tap into what’s underneath the surface thereby leading you to experience whatever is needed for your highest growth and healing.
During a breathwork session, you can experience any number of states of being from anger & grief, to utter bliss and connection to the cosmos; you can have a womb memory experience (rebirth), you might uncover childhood memories; or you may experience downloads or a deep Knowing. The full spectrum of humanness is available and no two breathwork journeys are the same.
Shamanic Breathwork is a healing modality where YOU are your own healer, YOU are your own shaman, and YOU contain all the information you need for inner transformation and healing.
Benefits of breathwork/conscious connected breathing: