Sat, Dec 02|
Conscious Connected Breathwork
Join Kat McLean on a profound breathwork journey to release and surrender stored tension and emotions within your body
Time & Location
Dec 02, 2023, 4:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Edmonton, 9343 50 St NW #1, Edmonton, AB T6B 2L5, Canada
About the event
What is Conscious Connected Breathwork?
Conscious Connected Breathwork (CCB) is an experiential field of study and practice that uses a specialized breathing technique, body mapping (using pressure points to release stored tension and emotions) and affirmations. These three elements work together to support all levels of being: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. It is a safe, powerful, and gentle breathing practice that releases stress from the body.
This type of breathwork can be found under other names such as: transformational breath, holotropic breath, rebirthing. Each technique has unique features, however there are 3 main components that connect them all:
-Conscious connected breathing: the breath is continuous without pauses between the inhale and the exhale.
-Diaphragmatic breathing: active inhale (into the belly with relaxed expansion of the chest) and a relaxed exhale (breathing out is a passive movement).
-Breathing channel: breathe in and out through the same channel (the mouth)
Breathwork oxygenates the blood and increases feelings of alertness in the body. It decreases remuneration, brain fog, and energy blockages. The nature of the breath allows and encourages us to be completely present throughout the experience. By learning to breathe consciously, you may uncover and release limiting beliefs and thought patterns to create a more positive, pleasurable and authentic life.
“Instead of trying to feel better, we need to get better at feeling.” Michael Brown, “The Presence Process - A Journey into Present Moment Awareness”
About your guide:
Kat is a Conscious Connected Breathwork Facilitator, has over 900 hr in yoga certifications, and is an intuitive living health coach. She has studied and taught traditional eastern philosophy and practices throughout SE Asia for 15 years. Kat has used yoga, breathwork and mindfulness to overcome addiction, eating disorders, and migraines. You can find more about Kat at www.katmclean.com or follow her on social media @nourishtoglowwithkat
Please arrive 10-15 minutes early as doors will be locked once the event begins.