The Power of Breath

 Inhale and exhale the life you desire through Conscious and Introspective Breathwork

You are invited to take a moment to bring your focus to your breath. Notice how you are breathing and where in your body you are breathing. Simply be present with yourself and your breath. Observe your inhale and tune into the present moment.  

What do you need? What can you let go of? Can you adjust your posture to invite more breath, more life? 

Conscious Breathwork is an old technique of mindful, focused breathing that positively impacts your mind, body, and overall health. It helps you become more in tune with your body and emotions and helps with many different health issues. Today, Conscious Breathwork is becoming more and more popular because it’s a healing modality that actually works! Plus, you don’t need to go anywhere or do anything special – all you need is your breath. 

Your clients seek connection. 

The truth is every client you encounter is seeking connection. They want to be seen, want to be heard, and feel good about themselves. As the professional, you are holding space for them to process, release, and transform. Often, clients arrive with an entire lifetime of unprocessed trauma, not feeling good enough in their bodies, and want to feel alive again. You hold space for your clients in ways they may not get in their day-to-day lives. I know you know what I’m talking about.  

When a client is vulnerable, sharing their stories, feelings, and being REAL with you, this is an opportunity to connect, support, and help them digest life. Breathwork provides you with the tools to help your client and you – that much more. Using breathwork to strengthen the relationship between you and the client will have positive, long-lasting effects. Help them de-stress more, overcome anxiety, and feel more connected to themself. With breathwork you become a safe, empowering space, and you’ll be able to learn how not to absorb their energy too. 

“The intention behind Introspective Breathwork is to unveil the events in your life that have made an imprint in your being.”

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Conscious breathing invites new life into the body. 

Consciously breathing physically oxygenates your blood, bringing new life to areas of the body and mind. It benefits your circulation, hormone levels, and cognitive function. It can help you remove toxic excess in your body that may be causing sickness such as headaches, chronic fatigue, lightheadedness, and dizziness. It can strengthen and balance your stress response systems, lower your stress, anxiety and transform trauma responses (fight, flight, freeze, foe, friend) into experiencing connection, compassion, and love. I know it’s amazing, right? 

Think of consciously breathing as an umbrella term that describes an endless list of different breathing techniques best fit to your needs in life. Breathing techniques can be used to finally get a full night of deep sleep, feel rejuvenated and energized, minimize physical pain and enhance sport performance, improve relationships and your ability to focus, and move through trauma and maintain a positive outlook on life. The list is endless.  

So, what is Introspective Breathwork? 

Introspective breathwork is all about inner-healing and becoming a safe space for yourself and others. Feeling safe is important because when we feel safe, we become more vulnerable, more willing to explore parts of ourselves that may be overwhelming. Taking the time to truly be present with who you are at any moment provides an opportunity for you to heal and make a change for yourself and, ultimately, for those around you.  

You can release stress and anxiety, overcome self-doubt and self-limiting habits, and discover how to invite balance and clarity into your everyday life. The intention behind Introspective Breathwork is to unveil the events in your life that have made an imprint in your being. It’s giving yourself permission to feel the icky- the hard stuff, to get real with yourself, to heal, uplift, and empower yourself. Introspective breathwork allows you to be seen, to be heard, and to connect.  

Why do I need breathwork? 

Because while you take care of clients 24/7, your family, and friends, it’s time you put YOU first. Let’s face it, we live in a society built upon people living the fast life, always on the go and ultimately ignoring their own needs and desires. There’s always more healing to do, more change, and shifts that need to be made. Learning breathwork will empower you to live life in your truth, honoring your feelings and needs along the way. Breathwork helps us process unresolved trauma and create healthy boundaries. It is a journey of self-improvement and development filled with healing, growth, transformation of the mind, body, and spirit.  

The most powerful truth about breathwork is that it allows you to become your own healer. 


While you’re taking care of your clients, know that you are important. You matter, and your experiences hold value. How you are in this present moment affects those around you and your future. I encourage you to explore your breath more and create space in your life to learn breathing tools. Reclaim your power, morph into your beautiful being and change the world—one breath at a time.