Breathwork is a mind-body practice of conscious breathing. Every breath is a bridge between the conscious and the subconscious, interconnecting the body with the mind, and the spirit. Conscious breathing practice clears blockages in the energy system, thus opening up pathways that enable more oxygen to flood the blood cells. Breathwork facilitates vitality and health, not only on a physical but also on an emotional, mental and spiritual level as well. It also stimulates awareness of the subconscious mind, that in turn, helps to understand and control negative thoughts and emotions (often deeply rooted in the subconscious mind), thus relieving traumas and depression. As a result, people develop greater self-esteem, reduced anxiety, and more emotional flexibility. After a session, people experience improved concentration, serenity, and composure. They usually behave less reactive and feel more harmonious within their environment.
Breathwork can be practiced in a group setting or one-on-one.

Yoga Nidra
Apart from regular forms of meditation, that come to pass in the waking state and require concentration on a single focus like meditation practice, Yoga Nidra or Yogic Sleep is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping. While Yoga Nidra is very relaxing, it brings a state of astonishing calmness and innate clarity. It is another path to a meditative state as it directs attention, through stages of systematic body awareness and mental processing, ever deeper into one's self. The ultimate goal is to achieve a state of supreme stillness and insight, that allows discovering The Inner Self, eventually revealing one's true position as ‘Pure Awareness’.

Meditation
Offers many different tools and techniques to enhance focus and to build up endurance in the practices leading up to the ultimate state of inner stillness, silence and being. The fundamental principle that I follow in my sessions, is to stay fully rooted in ‘being’. In order to reach this subtle and refined state, concentration exercises, breath awareness, self-inquiry and other practices from the yogic traditions are used to harness the energy of unwavering attention. The idea of pursuing that form of silent meditation is derived from Zen traditions and the ancient Indian school of Advaita and non-duality: It is a path for the truth-seeker, who truly wishes to know peace, become one and find inner liberation.

Benefits:
• Reduces stress levels and helps to control anxiety
• Improves emotional health and enhances positive thinking
• Offers spiritual and philosophical insights
• Develops mental discipline and willpower
• Increases self-awareness and mindfulness

Benefits:
• Reduces stress levels and helps to control anxiety
• Improves emotional health and enhances positive thinking
• Offers spiritual and philosophical insights

• Develops mental discipline and willpower
• Increases self-awareness and mindfulness

'When you own your breath, no one can steal your peace.' Our breath, like our heartbeat, is the most reliable rhythm in our lives. When we become attuned to this constant rhythm, our breath can gradually teach us to come back to the original silence of the mind.

Donna Farah​

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