Breathe (Holotropic Breath) with Kaity Gould
Sunday, 11 August, 12 – 2pm cost $70
This specific breathing technique, holotropic breath embodies therapeutic purposes for mind, heart, body & spirit.
It promotes opening and expansion of the airways from once shallow and restricted breathing patterns. It facilitates a fulfilling, connected and balanced life by moving through suffering, pain and tension to relaxation and ease.
Holotropic Breath not only has the potential to expose suppressed adverse experiences and emotions but also resolve them through releasing the associated stored stress and tension trapped in the nervous system and subconscious mind.
Holotropic Breath Decreases
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Attention deficit disorder
- Chronic fatigue
- Difficulty focusing & concentrating
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder
- Physical/emotional pain
- Stress-related medical illnesses
Holotropic Breath Supports
- Emotional Integration
- Mental clarity enabling you to take direction and make decisions
- Inner balance
- Connection to others
- Body awareness
- Feel rejuvenated
How Does It Work?
This particular breathwork practice utilises a deep, open mouthed connected breath. This causes an influx of oxygen into our system, depleting levels of carbon dioxide. This altered state triggers a release of molecule, Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) from our pineal gland. DMT creates a bridge from the conscious mind to the subconscious allowing our parasympathetic nervous system to kick in and rest our mind completely. A productive, gentle and cleansing release of stagnant energies and stored stress can then take place.
Holotropic Breathwork: Healing Through Psychedelic States
You breathe every day without pausing to think about it. Breathing is just one of the things that your brain does on autopilot. However, when you breathe consciously and harness the power that lies in simply breathing, you’d be amazed by the results. For example, in various meditation practices, breathing helps to calm the mind and body. You can also “transcend the narrow boundaries of the body ego” just by breathing. This might sound like mumbo-jumbo, however, it has been scientifically proven by the theory of Holotropic Breathing. In this article, we explore the concept of Holotropic Breathwork, what it means, its benefits and its limitations. Read more on thrivetalk.com
“As a registered nurse, I can honestly say breathwork is one of the most transformative healing modalities I have ever engaged in. It is not your normal yogic or meditative breathing it is known as holotropic breath.”