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MEDITATIVE

BREATHWORK SESSION

60

MINUTES

LYING

DOWN

MEDITATION

& BREATH

A meditative session is designed to give time and space to fully settle into your breathing with time spent exploring your intention, guided meditation built off of what is discovered, and an extended time for both breathing and reflection.

The extra time spent in a meditative session is especially important as you are first discovering what breathwork can do for you and how it can truly transform you.

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WHAT TO EXPECT

In a meditative session in addition to giving more time to breathing, we also will give more time to your intention and creating a guided meditation to lead you into your time of breathing.

After taking time with you to discuss your intention I will guide you through a time of being present to everything you are feeling and experiencing in that moment and we will integrate everything discovered there into your time breathing.  I will select breathing patterns and lead you through them for approximately 10-30 minutes.

After we come out of the breathing, we will make time to sit with what may have come up for you, be curious together, and answer any questions you may have.

HOW TO PREPARE

All breath work sessions are currently done remotely through video on your phone or computer.  When choosing where to have our session, try and find a place that will give you quiet and solitude and allow for space to set your screen up so that I can see your body while you are breathing.

It is also helpful to come to the session with an intention or something that you would like to focus on.

 

In addition, here are a few things that you can do to help bring your session comfort and support:

Empty Stomach or Very Light Food an Hour or Two Before

Blanket

Comfy Non-Restrictive Clothes

Eye Pillow

Any Props that Could Help You to Relax Deeper

Journal and Pen to Take Notes or Reflect After the Session

Crystals/Sacred Items

Essential Oils or Flower Spray

Anything else that you think would be supportive so that you can sit or lay down, be comfortable, and feel safe.

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