"Breathe in deeply to bring your mind home to your body" - Thich Nhat Hanh

What is Breathwork coaching?

The way we breath reveals a lot about the way we live. Breathwork coaching helps you to recognize your patterns in life that contribute to physical and mental complaints. It then helps you to get to the core of the actual underlying wish. We use the breath to expand our consciousness and make contact with the deeper layers in ourselves. By highlighting blockages, integrating and releasing them, we can restore the natural breath pattern we are born with. In a way, it is like cleaning out your subconscious, step by step. There will be more space to connect yourself with who you really are.

Breathwork coaching leads to the reduction of stress, the improvement of physical health and healing of unprocessed emotions and trauma. You will experience on a deep level, that it is always save to return to yourself. Also, you will clearly see your own deep desires, values and boundaries. The beautiful thing is that not only you will feel more connected to yourself, but also to your environment. From this connection, you can deeply root yourself in the present moment and in yourself. As a consequence, you can cope much more constructively with challenges in your life. More and more you will be able to take next steps in your life, that are in line with your core values.

What does breathwork coaching provide?

Breathwork is for everyone who is looking for:

  • Deep relaxation and balance
  • Getting out of the head and into the body
  • Releasing stress and tension
  • Integrating unprocessed emotions and trauma
  • Changing of old patterns and behaviour
  • Self compassion
  • Vitality and more energy

What does breathwork coaching do? 

The starting point for a healthy life is that the breath flows. Stress and negative emotions act as a hindrance to your breath flow. The body stores suppressed emotions and tension in our cells throughout our life. This can result in a more limited breathing pattern. The unconscious protection mechanism to stay away from negative emotions, can mean that we sometimes hold our breath during an stressful or painful situation, so that we don’t have to feel it in all its intensity. Such breathing patterns can then lead to chronic tension, shallow breathing and the loss of contact with our body. By allowing the oxygen to flow freely again, you experience more liveliness, joy and energy.

Conscious connected breathing is an active form of meditation that opens up the entire respiratory system and corrects old ineffective ways of breathing. Opening this system ensures optimum oxygen uptake. Breathing in previously closed parts brings negative emotions and beliefs to the surface. The breath then guides the processing so that a permanent transformation can take place at cell level.