Practical Breathwork Classes
Take a class from the comfort of your home or private space and learn how to use your breath to regulate your nervous system to reduce stress and anxiety, to improve your energy levels, sleep deeper and enhance overall well-being.
Common breathing issues and there impact. How many do you tick?
Breath holding: Involuntarily stopping the breath during moments of stress, which can heighten the body’s stress response and reduce oxygen delivery.
Breathing through only one nostril: Breathing primarily through one nostril can be unintentional due to blockages or could be a sign of a deviated septum.
Breathing through tight lips: This can restrict airflow and lead to heightened stress responses.
Continuous breathing: Continuous breathing without natural pauses can disrupt the balance of oxygen intake and carbon dioxide expulsion, leading to inefficient gas exchange.
Forced breathing: Pushing breaths in or out too forcefully, which can lead to unnecessary stress on the respiratory system.
Holding the breath: Holding one’s breath, often during times of stress or concentration, can lead to increased carbon dioxide levels, reduced oxygenation, and heightened stress response.
Irregular breathing: Erratic patterns without a steady rhythm, often seen during times of emotional distress or anxiety.
Lack of breath awareness: Not being conscious of one’s breathing patterns or not taking the time for intentional, deep breaths during moments of rest or relaxation.
Mouth breathing: Breathing through the mouth can lead to a dry mouth and throat, poor dental health, and may not warm and filter the air as effectively as nasal breathing.
Over-breathing or hyperventilation: Breathing too deeply and quickly, leading to light-headedness, tingling sensations, and imbalances in blood chemistry.
Poor posture-related breathing: Slouching or hunched positions can compress the lungs and diaphragm, limiting the depth and efficiency of breaths.
Rapid breathing: Breathing at an unnecessarily fast rate, which can lead to reduced carbon dioxide levels and potential dizziness.
Shallow chest breathing: Breathing only into the chest without engaging the diaphragm. This can lead to reduced oxygenation, heightened anxiety, and a more rapid breathing rate.
Research has shown that different psychological, emotional, and physiological states are reflected in corresponding breathing patterns. For example, the breath’s rhythm during a tranquil moment contrasts sharply with the pattern seen during times of anger or stress.
One of the most fascinating discoveries in the field of breathwork is the bidirectional relationship between breathing patterns and mental states.
Altering your breath can actually change your emotional condition, providing an opportunity to hack into systems like the nervous system, brain, and immune function.
The implications of this are profound and provide an empowering approach to personal well-being.
Relearn to Breath Correctly
When we learn to regulate our breath, we gain control over aspects of life that seemed previously unmanageable. Breathing becomes more than a mere biological function; it’s an expression of self-control and self-awareness.
As we allow our breath to flow fully and freely, we unlock natural creative and healing energies within us.
This is not just an art; it’s a scientifically grounded practice that anyone can learn and benefit from.
By embracing the art and science of breathwork, we stand to unlock extraordinary potential within ourselves. Whether you’re an athlete looking to enhance performance, an artist seeking creative inspiration, or someone striving for better mental health, the practice of controlled breathing offers a path to growth. It’s time to explore this remarkable opportunity, to understand the science behind it, and to harness the profound effects it can have on our lives.
Join the growing community of breathwork practitioners and experience the transformation for yourself.
Benefits of Correct Breathwork Practice
- Regular, steady breathing patterns promote better oxygen delivery to the body, reduce toxic CO2 buildup, and foster a calm nervous system response.
- Breathwork techniques encourage open airway breathing, reducing effort and increasing relaxation.
- Promotes effective gas exchange, offering rejuvenation and better metabolic function.
- Gentle breathing exercises decrease the risk of respiratory injuries and promote a relaxed state of being.
- Fosters regular, rhythmic patterns, promoting calmness, reduced anxiety, and improved emotional stability.
- Promotes a deeper connection with the body’s needs, fostering mindfulness, reducing chronic stress, and enhancing relaxation and recovery.
- Can redirect breathing through the nose, aiding in proper air filtration, better dental health, and more efficient humidification and warming of incoming air.
- Stabilizes blood pH levels, reducing dizziness and enhancing clarity and mental focus.
- Correction of posture, leading to reduced pain and increased lung function.
- Encourages rhythmic, calm breathing patterns, reducing dizziness and promoting relaxation.
- Improved oxygenation promotes better overall health, increased vitality, and reduced anxiety.
- Individuals can tap into a myriad of health benefits that extend beyond respiratory health, positively influencing mental well-being, energy levels, and overall quality of life.
Why Breathwork Classes
Physical Health Enhancement
Participating in practical breathwork sessions has been scientifically proven to positively impact various aspects of physical health. By learning specific breathing techniques under the guidance of an expert, individuals can improve lung capacity, oxygenate the blood more efficiently, and even reduce blood pressure. Some studies have shown that breathwork can aid in pain management and enhance cardiovascular health. By incorporating regular breathwork sessions into their routines, many individuals have reported improved stamina and overall vitality, a testament to the tangible physical benefits this practice offers.
Mental and Emotional Well-Being
The mental and emotional advantages of breathwork classes are equally compelling. Guided breathwork sessions offer a structured environment to explore different breathing techniques, leading to enhanced mindfulness, reduced stress levels, and improved emotional regulation. As participants learn to control their breath, they also gain mastery over their thoughts and emotions. Many practitioners have found that breathwork serves as a potent tool for combating anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges. Therapists often incorporate breathwork into treatment plans, highlighting the value it holds in supporting mental and emotional wellness.
Personal Growth and Transformation
Finally, the journey into breathwork opens the door to personal growth and transformation. By engaging in regular classes, individuals embark on a path of self-discovery, connecting with inner strengths and unlocking hidden potential. This practice fosters a deeper understanding of oneself, enhancing self-awareness and encouraging personal development. Many who have participated in breathwork classes have described transformative experiences, leading to heightened creativity, increased focus, and a stronger sense of purpose. The skills learned in breathwork extend beyond the sessions themselves, offering a lifelong toolkit for continued growth and enrichment.
In summary, practical breathwork sessions and classes provide a holistic approach to health and well-being. By joining these sessions, individuals stand to reap a wide range of benefits that encompass the physical, mental, emotional, and personal domains. The investment in breathwork training is not just an investment in a skill but a step towards a healthier and more fulfilled life.
Classes range from simple, practical, fun to challenging deep breathwork for advanced practitioners. Individual classes focus your needs to learn to breath correctly. Whatever class you take. It will have a positive impact on your life. Check out your preferred breathwork sessions and book below.
Individual Breathwork Session
- Individual curated breathwork sessions:
- 45 minute session @ $135 (AUD)
- 10% discount offered for packages of 4 sessions paid upfront.
- Delivered via Zoom
- Replay available for 7 days after session
Group Breathwork Classes
- Take a class from the comfort of your home / space and learn how to use your breath to regulate your nervous system to both reduce stress & anxiety and improve your your energy levels and balance.
- Group breathwork classes @ $20 (AUD)
- Delivered via Zoom
- Pricing for special events such as Janet attending face-to-face workshops, retreats or for corporates. Please contact to inquire.
- If you have financial challenges then please reach out to Janet and advise. She will work endeavour to work with your budget.