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$55 and Up

Valerie Moon Healing offers:

  • Group Breathwork

  • Individual Breathwork

  • Remote Breathwork

  • Team Building Breathwork

  • Retreats

  • Couples Breathwork

  • Custom Channeled Group Work

Understanding Breathwork

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Emotional Freedom
One Breath at a Time

What is Breathwork:

Holotropic Breathwork is a therapeutic technique developed by psychiatrist Stanislav Grof and his wife Christina Grof. It's designed to induce altered states of consciousness through controlled breathing patterns, combined with evocative music and bodywork. The term "holotropic" means "moving towards wholeness" in Greek, indicating its goal of facilitating personal growth and healing.

The experience of Breathwork can vary widely among individuals, but common reported effects include:

  1. Emotional release: Participants may experience intense emotional states, including catharsis and the surfacing of repressed memories or emotions.

  2. Altered perceptions: Many people report experiencing vivid imagery, sensations, or insights during the session.

  3. Spiritual or mystical experiences: Some participants describe feelings of connection to something greater than themselves or profound spiritual insights.

  4. Physical sensations: Participants may also experience changes in bodily sensations, such as tingling, warmth, or heaviness.

Breathing style:

During a session of Holotropic Breathwork, participants typically lie down in a comfortable space and engage in deep, rhythmic breathing for an extended period, often with their eyes closed. The breathing pattern used involves rapid and deep inhalation followed by relaxed exhalation. This process is intended to increase oxygenation in the body and alter the levels of carbon dioxide in the bloodstream, leading to changes in consciousness.  This breathing is done only through the mouth with one deep breath into the diaphragm leading to a second chest breath and then letting the breath fall out during your exhale.  There is no rest in between breaths.  As you start becoming familiar with the breath technique it feels as though the breath is going in a circle. 

Compare Mouth and Nose breathing: 

Mouth breathing method brings the body into a sympathetic state, also known as fight or flight mode.  Sympathetic primes you for movement!  When your body shifts into this mode it communicates with your nervous system and initiates movement.   

Nose breathing method brings the body into a parasympathetic state, which is a relaxed state.  Parasympathetic really pumps the brakes and allows you to just chill.  

Incorporating Energy Work:

During each session Valerie incorporates many different healing techniques that are led spiritually. The breathwork session includes a complete Mega Healing.  This is incredibly shifting to you mind/body/ and soul.  This healing is not limited to clearing ancestral trauma, ancestral lines, energetic memories including trauma energy, issues of past lives, clearing old energetic programs that are no longer serving you, clearing old identities and social constructs that are hindering your personal growth and beyond! 

Your spiritual experience:

What happens at the end of a breathwork session?  This is the most beautiful part of breathwork, although the energetic healing is beautiful as well, it just doesn't compare to each and every client having a spiritual experience.  Clients describe this moment as going to the cosmos, astral traveling, meeting their spirit guides, feelings of overwhelming euphoria, there is one thing in common with all of the different encounters.  Everyone has an experience, and it is absolutely beautiful.  

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