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SomatIQ Breathwork™ Journey Session

Full 60-minute Journey Session designed to regulate the nervous system and discharge stored energy.

  • 1 h
  • 100 Canadian dollars
  • Val Caron|Regent Street

Service Description

Somatic Breathwork is a transformative practice that integrates conscious breathing techniques with somatic awareness to regulate the nervous system, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being. By mindfully engaging with the breath and exploring bodily sensations, individuals can release tension, cultivate inner peace, and foster a deeper connection with themselves. Somatic Breathwork combines conscious breathing techniques with somatic practices to enhance self-awareness, release tension, and promote holistic well-being. Through guided breathwork sessions, participants learn to connect with their bodies, accessing deeper layers of relaxation and inner peace. By focusing on the breath and integrating mindful movement, Somatic Breathwork facilitates the regulation of the nervous system, promoting a sense of calm and balance. This practice empowers individuals to cultivate resilience, manage stress, and foster a deeper connection with themselves. Somatic Breathwork is a powerful practice that directly impacts the nervous system, offering a pathway to regulation and balance. By engaging in conscious breathing techniques coupled with somatic awareness, individuals can soothe the nervous system, promoting relaxation and reducing stress levels. Through regular practice, Somatic Breathwork helps rewire the body's responses to stress, fostering resilience and promoting overall well-being. This integrative approach empowers individuals to cultivate a greater sense of calm, stability, and emotional regulation in their daily lives. Contraindications: SomatIQ Breathwork™ and other somatic, energetic and yogic practice(s) is intended as a personal growth experience and should not be looked upon as a substitute for psychotherapy. It is not appropriate for pregnant women, for persons with cardiovascular problems, including angina or heart attack, high blood pressure, glaucoma, retinal detachment, osteoporosis, history of seizures, stroke, major psychiatric conditions, recent surgery, acute infectious illness, or epilepsy. If you have any doubt about whether you should participate, please consult with your primary care physician. Persons with asthma should bring their inhaler and consult with their primary care physician.

Contact Details

  • Campeau Street, Val Caron, ON, Canada

    (705) 255-7675

  • 1375 Regent Street, Sudbury, ON, Canada

    (705) 255-7675

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