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When you wake up each morning, what’s the first thing on your mind? Is it worry about the day? Fear? Are you scrolling on your phone immediately? Do you feel flooded with emotions with few outlets? Is the struggle and pain of the world heavy on your heart?
What does showing up for yourself feel like? What does showing up for others feel like? What are the internal barriers and internalized messages about who you are and what you deserve standing in the way of you showing up fully and unapologetically in your life? Come breathe into patterns of self-abandonment in order to transform them into practices of self-love.
Come show up, with radical presence, for all that you are holding, without judgment or shame. A lifetime of experiences living in us, through the breath you will have a chance to understand and love up on yourself more fully.
Breathwork is an active meditation that helps bring attention to the cognitive, emotional, spiritual, and somatic experiences and intelligences living in our bodies. It connects us to the outdated stories we carry while releasing blocked and stagnant energy, reconnecting us to joy, clarity, creativity, okayness, and aliveness. The practice reminds us we all, each of us, hold the power within ourselves to shift and heal parts of ourselves. It’s you and your breath; the breath is the medicine and our bodies are wise. It’s a psychedelic and transcendent experience. There’s a very good chance you will leave feeling more at ease and in love with yourself.
Join us for this powerful work. Come be held by your wise higher self in a community of people who are in this life to heal. Don’t miss this (life). You deserve to be here. You deserve to thrive.
This workshop is lovingly open to all genders. Bring your wise body (of course!), your curiosity, a pen and notebook, wear comfortable clothing and, if you would like to, bring an eye pillow or cover.
Please note: Breathwork stirs up deep emotional experiences with the intention of easing your load but it can also be a lot to navigate. It is my deep desire to create a space that feels nurturing and supportive.