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The Power of “breathwork” practices

Breathing is one of the most important aspects of our life we give very little credit to or awareness of, yet studies now prove that we can control our health, happiness and well-being through our breath.  If we suffer from anxiety, trauma, or are generally unhealthy in any way, this will more than likely reflect in poor breathing.

The term “breathwork” refers to the Yogic Sanskrit term pranayama.  Prana- means life force energy, and -ayama means control.  So basically, what the true yogis have been focused on for thousands of years is, life force energy control, and it is done through the breath. 

There are literally 100’s of different pranayama (or “breathwork”) practices from various traditions that are 1000’s of years old.  Pranayama is like a medicine cabinet, it can be used for different ailments and to achieve different results. 

Breathwork practices are designed to provide you with specific results for specific needs, and they are highly effective in doing so.  Practiced accordingly, they will not only elevate your understanding of the mind-body-spirit connection, they can completely shift your awareness, mind & life in an extraordinary way.  Patience is essential as we are teaching our body new ways of breathing, and feeling comfortable in some of these practices may take time.

The goal is to learn techniques that you can utilize and adapt on your own to gain a better edge on life and improve your overall health and well being.  You can gain a far deeper understanding of yourself through ancient practices designed to bring you into better alignment, live with more healthy balanced energy, and get into “the flow” so that life can be lived with more joy and ease.  Breathing practices give us some pretty awesome tools for self-improvement.  They are designed to open pathways and help you realize the infinite nature of who you truly are and your ability to thrive and heal.

Benefits include:

  • Deeper levels of meditation
  • Healthier breathing patterns which will effect your overall health
  • Stronger focus, creativity and healthier brain wave activity and brain capacity
  • Reduce stress, anxiety, improved sleeping habits
  • Increased energy and balance in energy
  • Increased inner resilience and ability to handle stressful or traumatic situations.
  • A deeper connection with your self, increased self acceptance and self love.

Next Breathwork & Meditation course October see workshops

Ingrid Le Prou
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My name is Ingrid LeProu and I have been working in the health and wellness industry for the past 17 years. I am a certified yoga, and health coach.

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