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Transformational  Breath ®  is an award winning breath therapy drawing on acupressure points and sound therapy.  At the beginning of each session a breath analysis detects where the breath is restricted from  the lower belly region to the upper chest. The client is coached to use a range of toning and movement to  open up the breath in previously shallow areas of the body along with positive affirmations to help create a connected breath with a relaxed exhale and a state of flow.

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Our life experiences affect how we breathe. We unconsciously hold or constrict our breath in anticipation of something bad or unpleasant happening to us.  The chest, shoulders or back muscles are improperly used to cope with shortness of breath, setting in motion the build-up of blockages to good physical health.


  • Diaphragmatic breathing physically changes the nature of our bodies on a molecular level.  

  • When the largest breathing muscle in our body-the diaphragm is used effectively it helps to increase the amount oxygen and carbon dioxide exchanged for cellular regeneration. 

  • Up to 70% toxins are breathed out from the body, more energy and vitality is generated, digestive and reproductive functions improved and harmful breathing patterns corrected.   

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Emotional, Mental & Subconscious


Restrictions or pauses in our breath  can prevent us from staying present with the unwanted emotions through a whole chain of events in the body. A dysregulated  breathing pattern can set off any number of default emotional reactions including panic, avoidance, defensiveness and anger.      


Whether positive or negative, all emotions carry different vibrations and frequencies in the body.


And we now know that breathing rhythms can create higher vibrations, dislodging repressed and suppressed emotions from past traumas and memories though a process known as entrainment.

Effective breathing brings attention to self-sabotaging thought patterns, overcome emotional blockages and help to builds self-esteem.

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Awakened, Conscious & Spiritual


The latin term for breath is ‘spiritus’. Once you’ve learned  how to become more conscious of your breath, you might begin to notice subtle signs of positive changes in your life.

  • strengthening spiritual connection. 

  • expand awareness of yourself and others.

  • trust and acceptance with discernment becomes your inner guiding light.

  • You’ll know when and how to tap into your own wisdom.

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