Relaxation / Daily Breathwork
Altered Consciousness Breathwork
Disclaimers & Precautions:
- We cannot overstate the importance of practicing breathwork in a safe and comfortable environment away from distractions or interruptions. Find a quiet and private space that allows you to focus on your breathing practice without any disturbances.
- Having someone you trust to be there for you during your first few sessions will help when experiencing intense feelings, emotions, or experiences.
- Always start with a gentle breathwork technique and gradually increase the intensity and duration of the practice as you become more comfortable and experienced.
- Breathwork may lead to intense physical, emotional, and psychological experiences. These are normal and important for your journey of self-discovery. However, please respect your limits and listen to your body during practice. It's okay to pause.
- Do not practice breathwork techniques while driving, operating heavy machinery, or engaging in any activity requiring your full attention.
- Breathwork techniques are not a substitute for medical or psychological treatment. Likewise, if you have any respiratory or cardiovascular conditions, such as asthma or high blood pressure, or you are pregnant or have any other medical conditions that may be affected by changes in breathing patterns, please consult a qualified healthcare provider before practicing breathwork.
- If you experience extreme discomfort, dizziness, or lightheadedness during practice, pause and take a break. If the symptoms persist, seek medical attention.