Flow State Fridays - Breath and Meditation, September Edition
Join us for a profound experiential journey of self-exploration, emotional release, and creative awakening, through Conscious Connected Breath (CCB) and powerful meditations.
Conscious Connected Breath, rooted in ancient Eastern practices and infused with modern wisdom, will be our guiding technique. Paired with powerful music and a meditation we'll access expended states of consciousness.
Breathwork is a personal process, allowing you to release stress and tension, while fostering harmony between body, heart, and mind. As you connect with your breath, you'll experience individualised benefits and a deeper connection to yourself.
This event offers a unique opportunity to reduce anxiety, release emotional blockages, and achieve greater balance physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. By following the energy of your breath, you'll embark on a journey of self-healing and transformation, unlocking your inner essence.
No prior breathwork or meditation experience is required.
**WHAT TO BRING**
Blanket, cushion, water, journal, cozy clothes (we will be sitting, moving and laying on the floor so bring what you feel is necessary to be comfortable), yoga mats and bolsters
Do your best to avoid eating anything within at least 2 hours prior to session. Drink plenty of water before and after the session.
**BENEFITS OF BREATHWORK**
- Deep relaxation
- Reduce anxiety and stress
- Improve sleep and wellbeing
- Boost immune system
- Increase energy
- Release trauma and trigger patterns
- Release trapped emotions held in the body
- Rebalance the central nervous system
- Release of blockages and build-up of tension in the body
- Gain direction in life by deepening connection with your authentic self
- Freedom from limiting beliefs and behaviours
**CONTRAINDICATIONS (these are considered for your safety)**
- Cardiovascular problems, including history of heart attacks
- High or abnormal blood pressure
- Personal or family history of aneurisms
- Glaucoma or retinal detachment
- Recent surgery or physical injury
- Epilepsy or history of seizures
- Bipolar depression
- Persons with asthma should bring their inhaler and consult with their primary care physician prior to the session