How we breathe directly and indirectly changes how we think, feel, and behave. In a breathwork treatment, neuroplasticity is used to rewrite our subconscious patterns and positively impact all areas of our lives. 

Clinical Breathwork & Bodywork

Jill Truscott

Breathwork treatments create greater nervous system regulation by bringing you into activation (sympathetic response) and reaching a peak, and guiding you out of it into rest and relaxation (parasympathetic response). Your body and mind learn that it is safe to be activated, that you will always make it through and come back to a state of calm. Throughout the treatment the three major diaphragms are repatterned to facilitate a full, vibrant inhale and a completely relaxed exhale. 

A typical 60 minute session includes 10 minutes of check-in and intention setting for the breathwork journey. Conscious connected breathwork is done for 40 minutes, and the treatment includes hands-on facilitations and verbal cues. After the journey is 10 minutes of reflection where you can share (as much or as little as you’d like) what came up for you and what you noticed about your body and breath.

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What is the Benefit?

Anyone looking to connect more deeply with their body, breath and voice. Those experiencing a lack of self-confidence/worth and looking to step into their power. Those wanting to release trauma from the body and breathe more deeply into all areas. Conscious connected breath brings you into an altered state of consciousness where you can tap into body sensations, release emotions and gain new perspectives that you may not be able to otherwise.

Who Does it Benefit?

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$125 for 60-minute session

Why would I do breathwork?

Every breath sends a message to the brain via sensory neurons that affect the way we think, feel and behave. The functionality and rhythm of our breath reinforce patterns, whether they are adaptive or maladaptive. By repatterning the breath we can make our internal environment match our external environment. This creates more safety within our body and allows for responding to situations or in conversations rather than reacting. When we respond we have the power to pause and choose our behaviour. We have agency over our actions and take the time to reflect on the impact they can have. We are not being controlled by triggers or overwhelmed by emotions, rather we are able to be a curious witness to our thoughts. How do you think your life would change if you had the power to respond instead of react?


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