Areas of effective therapeutic use

Relationships | Stress | Anxiety | Depression | Fear | Phobias | Addictions | Smoking | Pain Control | Chronic Fatigue | Grief | Insomnia

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"Inner peace is the new success" - Simona Ratti


My purpose is to create a kind, compassionate and safe space
where you can reconnect, find deeper love and quiet the ego in order to go deep
leaving you feeling light, grounded, and re-centered.


Breathing is a powerful tool to
facilitate personal growth and emotional breakthrough in as little as 1 session.
It is a gateway into the subconscious mind.


Each session is customized and may
include movement, breath, mindfulness and energy clearing so you can release
pain and tensions stored in your body, leaving you feeling at ease, recharged
and restored.


Many times clients report an immediate
relief and improved vitality; which leads to an increased awareness of their



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DEEP BREATHS are like little love notes to your body

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What is deep breathing?

Deep diaphragmatic breathing is when air is pulled deep into the lungs. This means actively pulling the diaphragm down with each inward breath.

In this way, diaphragmatic breathing helps the lungs fill more efficiently.

Shallow breathing or thoracic breathing is breathing shallowly into the upper rib cage.This type of breathing can lead to panic attacks, cause dry mouth and fatigue, aggravate respiratory problems, and is a precursor for cardiovascular issues. Most of us breathe shallowly into the upper rib cage.

Deep breathing sends an immediate message to the autonomic nervous system (the part of our bodies in charge of the stress response) to calm down by activating the parasympathetic response, or the "rest and digest" response.

The mind and body evolved to respond in this way to keep us safe from threats to our survival, but in today's world, even daily stressors like deadlines and traffic can activate our stress responses. Knowing about how to influence the body's responses is the first step to taking your stress into your own hands.

What are the benefits of breathwork?

I offer a variety of breathwork therapies that involve breathing in a conscious and systematic way.
It helps you relax, lowering the harmful effects of the stress hormone cortisol on your body. It lowers your heart rate. It helps lower your blood pressure. It helps you cope with the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Also it improves focus, increases energy and makes you more mindful of your physical body. You will also be strengthening the muscles used to breathe, which can have positive effects on your breathing throughout your daily life.

How many sessions are needed?

It varies according to the individual and the pace at which each client can go varies considerably.

Why is breathwork so powerful?

Breathwork supports so many of the challenges everyone experiences. 

It reduces stress, creates feelings of openness, love, peace, gratitude, clarity, communication, and connection. Breathwork also helps release trauma or mental, physical, and emotional blocks, as well as anxiety, depression, fear, grief, and anger

What breathwork does so effortlessly is to reconnect you with your body, which actually helps you jumpstart the healing process. Additionally breathing deeply causes the body to release endorphins, which reduces sensitivity to pain and boosts pleasure, resulting in a feeling of well-being.

What is a Breathwork session and are there different types?

There are a lot of different types of breathwork out there these days and that can be confusing.  Many of them are based on what's called 'conscious connected breathing' or continuous breathing where the inhale and exhale are connected and the body is flooded with oxygen. The best type of breathwork typically chosen according to your needs.
You will be either in a laying down or sitting position, fully clothed.
Each person experiences breathwork differently but some common experiences include tingling, vibrating, temperature changes, weightedness and/ or a floating sensation, and emotional release. Afterwards you might feel energized, clear, calm, and connected.
The practice does ask you to dig deep and take responsibility for your own healing, with the guidance and support of myself. It's powerful! 

What is the 1:1 Session like?

The 1:1 sessions are either 30min-1hr long. It begins with a counselling style intake where we explore your personal history to see what patterns may have emerged, what wounds may need to be healed, and the foundation upon which your beliefs are built. Then you are guided and supported as you breathe (20min-50min). After we discuss integration exercises for how to put change into action.  

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