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Jeff is a proud member of the Breathwork for recovery team. Their goal is to not only heal the trauma that surrounds addiction, but also make Breathwork accessible for those who identify as being in recovery.

Healing Practice

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The What

Breath work is typically referred to as a 2-stage active meditation technique. A session typically consists of an “active” and a “passive” portion. The “active” phase consists of the 2-stage technique, while the “passive” phase is simply a return to normal breath. The technique is incredibly simple at its core, while the results have proven time and time again to be complex, and profound.

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The Why

On a reductive level, the technique oxygenates the hypothalamus gland and often times individuals report a feeling of euphoria, but there’s more to it than this. The technique allows an individual to tap into their unique vibrational frequency, deepen their connection between body and mind, and access spirit in a way that’s un-convoluted by the thinking mind. Breath work healing sessions have been known to not only process trauma, but release it from being stored in the body. Oftentimes a person receives clarity on an issue in their life, and the most common effect is a deepened connection to their body.

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The How

Two breathes in, one breath out. Simple enough, right? The hardest part of the technique is the psychological walls one hits while breathing, and a healer will typically step in to push one through those, or allow an individual to conquer them themselves depending on the circumstance.

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The Benefits

The benefits of every session ranges, but the most common effects are:
healing trauma
direct connection to something greater
quiet the mind
connect to body
feeling those damn feelings
conquering “road blocks”
clarity
peace
and many more!

Upcoming Events:

The Recovery Circle

The Recovery Circle

8210 Melrose Ave.

Every Wednesday evening

Enter through the back ally up the stair case
We start promptly at 7:30 pm and lock the doors at 7:35

Cost:
While no one is turned away due to lack of funds, we kindly appreciate a $5 donation.

Register here:
Please contact breathworkforrecovery@gmail.comfor info of where and when.

Additional:
Bring your own yoga mat if you have one. Coming soon to Asheville, NC, San Diego, CA, and Thousand Oaks, CA.

Jeffrey Pesner

  • Jeffrey Pesner is a RADT1, and has received his BA in Philosophy from Loyola Marymount University. Jeff has worked in addiction treatment for over 3 years, and has found his niche helping those afflicted with SUD integrate a healthy lifestyle into their experience.
    • Jeff has been sober for years and has found along his journey that the biggest thing that holds us back from “success” is ourselves. His fascination with overcoming the self in order to achieve the life we want, somehow ended him up in Breathwork. “Breathwork allows me to transcend my logical mind just long enough, for me to be able to release what’s holding me back, or simply navigate around it.”
  • Although he specialized in working with and releasing trauma with those afflicted with SUD, Jeff has expanded his horizons enough to be able to help treat anyone.
  • Through an undergraduate education in Philosophy, a personal experience with addiction, and a lifestyle in-bedded in something greater, Jeff is able to bring an approach that is both approachable and challenging. “It’s important, for me, for this thing called ‘spirituality,’ to be accessible. I think all too often people use verbal fluff that doesn’t carry any practical weight. Let’s discard the shit we don’t need, and gear up an approach that benefits us all in our day-to-day lives.”
  • Jeff has been working with the breath for a few years, and has completed all of the necessary trainings, and has been an active member of the Breathwork for Recovery Team.
  • “My goal isn’t to give you your answers, that’d take all the fun out of it! The goal, is to simply give you the tools, and the space, for you to answer the questions for yourself.”

Jeffrey Pesner

  • Jeffrey Pesner is a RADT1, and has received his BA in Philosophy from Loyola Marymount University. Jeff has worked in addiction treatment for 2 years, and has found his niche helping those afflicted with SUD integrate a healthy lifestyle into there experience.
    • Jeff has been sober since 6/9/14 and has found along his journey that the biggest thing that holds us back from “success” is ourselves. His fascination with overcoming the self in order to achieve the life we want, somehow ended him up in Breath work. “Breath work allows me to transcend my logical mind just long enough, for me to be able to release what’s holding me back, or simply navigate around it.”
  • Although he specialized in working with and releasing trauma with those afflicted with SUD, Jeff has expanded his horizons enough to be able to help treat anyone.
  • Through an undergraduate education in Philosophy, a personal experience with addiction, and a lifestyle in-bedded in something greater, Jeff is able to bring an approach that is both approachable and challenging. “It’s important, for me, for this thing called ‘spirituality,’ to be accessible. I think all too often people use verbal fluff that doesn’t carry any practical weight. Let’s discard the shit we don’t need, and gear up an approach that benefits us all in our day-to-day lives.”
  • Jeff has been working with the breath for a few years, and has completed all of the necessary trainings, and has been an active member of the Breathwork for Recovery Team.
  • “My goal isn’t to give you your answers, that’d take all the fun out of it! The goal, is to simply give you the tools, and the space, for you to answer the questions for yourself.”

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