Conscious Integrative Breathwork
incorporates progressive muscle relaxation and
circular, connected breathing paired with music from various traditions leading
to emotional release. This method of breathing has been safely and effectively
practiced for decades because it enables individuals to achieve emotional
healing in a comparatively short time. There is no belief system to ascribe to,
just breathe and feel what is already there!
Some of the benefits are an increase in mental
clarity, a decrease (or elimination) of the symptoms of stress, complete
relaxation and a total experience of peace. Additionally, some individuals
experience a profound sense of oneness and/or connection with the divine.
Each session provides
additional information about how you can have more meaningful relationships,
including the one with yourself. Over time you will gain awareness of how to
achieve the life you desire to be living!
incorporates a full, deep
breath primarily into the upper chest. This means of breathing enables
individuals to become consciously aware of patterns or undesirable habits. It is
self-healing, meaning that healing takes place, while nothing is being done “to”
you. You are fully in charge of your process!
Individuals experience this as
highly stress-relieving. Through numerous studies we know that 70% of the toxic
substances in the body are released through this type of breath. The highly
sought after alkaline state, which inhibits the growth of bacteria, viruses and
other disease organisms, is naturally and safely achieved.
You experience more peace,
improved overall health and are able to resolve and integrate previously
challenging situations. You will gain mastery of your life situations and leave
each session feeling more physically energized and mentally clear.
Short-Term Focused Counseling
is a holistic means to
incorporate physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of yourself,
simultaneously. It enables clients to develop or re-establish a spiritual
connection while honoring all religious traditions. You learn to be (more)
self-reflective, rather than relying on others for guidance.
Some of the benefits of this
type of counseling are gaining self-acceptance and self-love, a more rapid
response than through more conventional counseling and a greater capacity for
freedom of choice. The end result is the willingness and knowledge to view life
as possibilities, not challenges, which leads to a rewarding, fulfilled life.
Emotional Freedom Techniques
focuses on emotions which
directly affect physical conditions. This is a self-administered acupressure
technique, involving “tapping” on the face, upper body and hand. It is easily
learned by anyone of any age! These methods naturally and safely improve
emotional and physical health while eliminating all physical discomfort.
It is ideally suited to
working with fears, phobias and anxieties. It leads to the elimination of stress
and its effects on the body, which is the #1 reason patients currently see their
Note: This is not intended to
diagnose or treat any medical conditions; EFT is highly useful as an adjunct to
conventional treatment and may lessen the severity and duration of conditions
Sacred Breath Meditations
are small group “events”
involving progressive relaxation, guided imagery, circular breathing and music
to activate the chakra energy centers. When combined, these enable individuals
to achieve emotional healing from any troubling situation, past or present. Many
times, decades-old hurts and traumas are released and the individual feels as if
a “weight” has been lifted from their body, because it has!
Additional benefits are
complete relaxation and peace, and freedom from all tension and worry. Some
individuals have reported achieving a deeper level of meditation than in
traditional practices; however there is nothing to believe.
Why is this called sacred
breath? Many times, one or more individuals have experienced the loss of the
feeling of being separate; they know in a way that has not been experienced that
there is a divine being and that part of Him lives in each of us. “The veil has