Get to Know about Vivation

Vivation is a self-improvement technique that combines elements of breathing, visualization, and meditation. It aims to help individuals release negative emotions, increase energy and overall well-being. It was developed by Jim Leonard, an American psychologist and self-help author, in the late 1970s and is practiced in workshops and through personal coaching sessions. The technique combines breathing exercises, visualization, and meditation to …

Transform Your Life with Transformational Breath

Transformational Breath is a type of breathwork that aims to enhance physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being by focusing on controlled, deep breathing techniques. It’s based on the idea that by consciously changing the pattern of our breathing, we can release physical and emotional tension, increase oxygen flow to the body, and promote feelings of relaxation and overall well-being. Transformational Breath …

How Breathwork Can Improve Your Mental and Physical Health

Breathing is an automatic and unconscious process that most of us take for granted. Yet, the way we breathe has a significant impact on our mental and physical health. That’s why conscious control of your breathing patterns, also known as breathwork, can be an effective tool for improving overall health and well-being. The science behind breathwork practices is rooted in …

An Exploration of Shamanic Breathwork

Shamanic Breathwork is a type of alternative therapy that involves controlled and intentional breathing patterns, often in combination with music and other sensory stimuli, with the goal of inducing an altered state of consciousness and promoting spiritual healing and growth. This practice is inspired by shamanic traditions and can be performed individually or in a group setting. It is not …

Shamanic Breathwork and It’s Benefits

Shamanic breathwork is a type of psychotherapy that uses breathing techniques to help clients connect with their bodies and heal. In shamanic breathwork, you’ll learn how to take control of your breath and use it as a tool for healing. In order to practice this healing art, you’ll need to learn how to breathe in different ways by practicing through …

Breathwork for Better Sleep

Are you always tired, sleepy and having problem sleeping? Does your bed time seem like a struggle to get through? Are you experiencing fatigue throughout the day that is keeping you from working at full capacity? If so then it might be time for you to start doing some breathwork. I would describe it as a form of meditation with …

Beating Stress with Breathwork

Stress is a common experience that people face in their daily lives, caused by various situations such as work pressure, relationship issues, financial difficulties, health concerns, and unexpected events. It is a normal response of the body to challenging situations, where it releases stress hormones like cortisol, adrenaline, and norepinephrine to help the individual cope with the stressor. However, if …

Unlocking The History And Science Behind Breathwork

Breathwork has become increasingly popular in recent years, as it has been scientifically proven to improve physical and mental health. But what is breathwork, and what does it actually involve? In this article, we’ll dive deep into the history, science, and practical applications of breathwork so that you can understand why it has such a positive impact on overall wellbeing. …

The Benefits and Risks of Holotropic Breathwork

Holotropic breathwork is a form of therapy that aims to help clients explore their unconscious thoughts and feelings. It is a therapeutic technique that involves breathing in a very specific way. The practitioner will breathe through their nose, while moving around in a circle with their hands. This movement creates waves of energy that flow into your body and alter …

Holotropic Breathwork – The Key To A Higher Consciousness

The brain holds a lot of information and can’t always tell us what it’s doing at the moment. That’s why so much of traditional therapy is based on asking a client to describe their experience in the past. Whereas with Holotropic Breathwork, what happens during it is so profound that clients often report that they have no idea where they …