11th of April is the World Breathing Day. Join our free Breatwork workshop, to celebrate and experience your breath, from the comfort of your home. You just need a quiet space and your lungs.
This session is designed to shift the stress and anxieties we are all feeling, give your health and immune system a robust boost, detoxify your body, energise, strip away any mind clutter and distraction and perhaps connect to yourself.
In this session, Melike – Transformational Conscious Breathing ® Coach and founder of Breathzone – will guide you through a series of carefully selected breathing flows.
At a time when remaining healthy with a strong immune system is more important than perhaps ever before, breathing techniques are essential tools we all must learn and practice.
We breathe up to 25,000 a day, yet rarely do we stop to acknowledge how optimal and conscious breathing is fundamental to our emotional, mental and physical health and wellbeing. Our breath is the key bridge linking the mind and body.
You will experience your breathing in a way that perhaps you never experienced before. Join us to awaken your senses and leave on a natural high like no other.
📍Do I need anything for this online workshop?
This FREE workshop will be broadcast over an online video conferencing platform. Upon registration, you will receive a link and log-in information. You will need a form of electronic equipment (mobile, tablet, computer) and can connect to this workshop via browser.
Using headphones may help you to have a more immersive experience.
You will ideally be in a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed and something comfortable to lie down on such as a yoga mat and a pillow, as we will do our practice lying down. You may also keep a blanket handy to keep yourself warm as needed.
📍Is this workshop suitable for me?
Suitable for all ages over 14 years-old. Please contact your facilitator at email@example.com for further information.
📍Do I need previous experience?
Suitable for participants with no previous breath-work experience and experienced breathers alike.