Breathwork - Jeffrey Pesner
Breathwork, Health
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Breathwork

What is Breathwork?

a Breathwork is a straightforward technique, with profound results. An individual performing the work simply focuses on the breathing technique; some how, some way, remarkable things happen. Emotions start to surface, trauma begins to heal, and empowerment emerges. The work mitigates the social walls put up in conventional talk therapy, because theres little to no talking with anyone other than a healer or yourself.

By tapping into the core of our psyche, one sees clearly what’s there, with out convoluting it by the stigma that’s been projected onto their emotional state. I encourage you to see for yourself, because I believe that the work speaks for it self and the rhedoric doesn’t serve justice to this practice.

What is Breathwork?

Breathwork is a straightforward technique, with profound results. An individual performing the work simply focuses on the breathing technique; some how, some way, remarkable things happen. Emotions start to surface, trauma begins to heal, and empowerment emerges. The work mitigates the social walls put up in conventional talk therapy, because theres little to no talking with anyone other than a healer or yourself.

By tapping into the core of our psyche, one sees clearly what’s there, with out convoluting it by the stigma that’s been projected onto their emotional state. I encourage you to see for yourself, because I believe that the work speaks for it self and the rhedoric doesn’t serve justice to this practice.

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.

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.

The Why?

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.

The How?

Two breaths 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.

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!

The Benefits?

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!

Breathwork for Recovery® is a bold and uniquely unconventional
approach to treatment that offers an effective alternative to traditional
therapy modalities, 12-step programs, and support groups.
We are the first and only organization comprised of CADC-certified
breathwork professionals with a special training in recovery from
substance use disorder, chemical dependency, eating disorders,
compulsive behaviors, and mental health concerns.

Jeff is a proud member of the Breathwork for recovery team. They’re goal is to not only heal the trauma that surrounds addiction, but to also make Breathwork accessible for those who identify as being in recovery. Read more about Breathwork for Recovery here.

BREATHWORK USE IN RECOVERY

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BREATHWORK USE IN RECOVERY

smoke caused by various incenses on black background

Breathwork for Recovery® is a bold and uniquely unconventional
approach to treatment that offers an effective alternative to traditional
therapy modalities, 12-step programs, and support groups.
We are the first and only organization comprised of CADC-certified
breathwork professionals with a special training in recovery from
substance use disorder, chemical dependency, eating disorders,
compulsive behaviors, and mental health concerns.

Jeff is a proud member of the Breathwork for recovery team. They’re goal is to not only heal the trauma that surrounds addiction, but to also make Breathwork accessible for those who identify as being in recovery. Read more about Breathwork for Recovery here.

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