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We take our first breath within ten seconds of coming into the world. For every moment after we continue to breathe life into our bodies and yet, most of us don't use the proper techniques to optimize this natural bodily function. Give your body a true deep breath with the tools and practice of breathwork therapy. Breathwork meditation encompasses a range of exercises designed to enhance your breath through proper form, posture, inhalation, and exhalation. Using focused intentional breathing, breathwork therapy improves overall wellness, from mental health to cellular function. With full, satiating breaths in and out, breathwork increases oxygen flow and teaches us how to fully expel stale air from our lungs, disciplining the overactive brain and clearing out stuck energy. This conscious control of the rate, rhythm, and depth of our breath, is a relaxation and meditative technique used to reduce psychological stress, control anxiety and emotion, focus thoughts, and balance the nervous system. When we think about our breathing, our mind slows down and focuses on the present moment, increasing our concentration and calmness. Breathwork therapy aids in improving health problems associated with chronic stress, greatly reduces blood pressure, and can assist in addiction recovery and the trauma related to it. Taking a breathwork session can increase the amount of energy that is released into our cells, giving us more energy throughout the day and boosting our immunity. Breathwork allows us to feel a deeper connection with ourselves and takes us on a journey of self-love and improvement. It can also increase blood flow in the digestive tract, which decreases uncomfortable feelings of bloating or indigestion. Overall, it creates a powerful moment to connect with our spirit and lead us into a state of bliss.

What to expect during this session
Although the breathwork session may differ slightly from one practitioner to the next, know that you will use your breath to release blocked energy. Depending on the breathing patterns used, you may feel lightheaded, hot, and/or tingling in your extremities. Be assured that this will pass when the exercise is over. Your video may be on for part or all this session.
People in a Breathwork Session for Therapy and Meditation | CalmNest

Breathwork is used for:

Anger issues, Anxiety, Chronic pain, Depression, Emotional effects of illness, Energy and vitality, General wellness, Grief
Somatic Movement
The mind-body connection is a powerful relationship, communicating what our body needs and where – if we know how to listen. Signaling areas of pain, injury, or discomfort, somatics energy therapy helps us pick up on those cues and connect with our bodies. Expand your mental and physical awareness, listen to your body and learn from it to create healthy movements patterns. A somatic movement is the conscious or deliberate movement of one’s body. By focusing on the internal experience of the movement, what’s happening within the body, rather than the external result, what it looks like from the outside, we can develop a heightened awareness of ourselves to improve movement patterns. From improving sleep and digestion to increasing energy and reducing pain, somatic movement helps us listen to our own body, releasing the emotional or mental stress we hold throughout.

What to expect during this session
During your somatic movement session, you will be guided through a variety of movements and breathing patterns by a somatic practitioner. As this is a fully engaged somatic therapy session on your part, be prepared by having a physical space for movements that include standing and laying down. Your video will be on for this session.
Woman Practicing Somatic Movement | CalmNest

Practitioners