Breathwork and sound

what is breathwork?

Breathwork refers to various modalities of intentional, controlled breathing techniques that are practiced to influence a person’s mental, emotional, and physical well-being. These conscious  breathing patterns are practiced in order to achieve specific therapeutic or meditative effects.

Breathwork serves to help people heal their trauma, reduce stress and anxiety, reset their nervous system and improve quality of life. Breathwork helps speed up metabolism and cleanse toxins, boosts immunity, helps to reduce negative thoughts, increases joy and vitality and helps to heal from emotional and physical trauma.

During session you will connect with & meet new parts of yourself. This process occurs during the hour of time we spend together, allowing your nervous system to drop out of “fight or flight” and into “rest and digest.”

It is only in the rest and digest state of being where we can deepen our relationship with our minds, emotions and bodies.

Do you notice perhaps you go throughout your day holding your breath when you’re deep into a project, invested in a conversation or maybe stuck in traffic or even watching an intense program on TV?

If you didn’t pay attention before, I am sure you will throughout the rest of this day.

Take a moment to check in with your breath now. Are you holding it? Is it shallow or deep? How fast are you breathing? And how does this relate to your current emotional state of being?

Our diaphragm, the muscle that controls our breathing, can become weakened by shallow breathing or by holding your breath. With breathwork, not only do we bring awareness to this muscle in our body but we help to strength it and build a relationship with it that can help us to better navigate the waters of our emotions.

Practicing breathwork has emotional benefits but also tons of physical ones. Learning to breathe through your nose can serve us in enhancing our performance, strength, and endurance. It has also effects on our blood pressure.

You will assist your body in its detoxification process by fully circulating your lymph 5 times. Each session serves to purify & cleanse your cells and DNA.

After a session, you can expect to feel a deeper connection to self, a deeper understanding of self, empowerment, inner peace and tension release from the mind, body and spirit. You will learn how to regulate your nervous system and your emotions. You will understand how and when to use each breathing technique in order to apply it to your life.

Each session serves to create a bridge between your subconscious and superconscious. You may remember memories you forgot existed, you may have deep revelations and insights about yourself and the universe or you may gain new understanding of events that have occurred in your life. 

It is common to feel centered, grounded and more present after a breathwork session for up to 5 days after. Consistency is key with this type of practice. It is like building muscle through repeated exercise.

At Bloom with Alma, we love to pair our breathwork sessions with sound healing! 

what is sound healing?

Singing bowls are instruments that produce vibrations and resonate tones when played, emitting sounds and frequencies that can help to relax and heal the body. The use of singing bowls are rooted in ancient practices and stimulate a parasympathetic nervous system response, inducing a state of deep relaxation.

The vibrations from singing bowls are believed to synchronize brain waves. They help the brain to produce theta and alpha brainwaves. These states of mind are associated with deep relaxation, meditation, and creativity. Not only do they calm the mind, but  reduce cortisol levels and alleviate tension to promote a sense of tranquility. Because vibration can move through organic material, including water, as the vibrations envelop the body, they interact with our cells, tissues, and organs, helping to bring the body into a harmonious vibrational state of being.


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