Preparing for your Breathwork Session
An Intuitive Breathwork Session can be an exciting and life-changing event. Having the courage to reach out and listen to your soul is an accomplishment that should be celebrated as you would any other important life event.
As an intuitive, I am responsible for preparing my energy and setting aside time to hold space for you. Your responsibility is to be on time, to be open and honest and most importantly - to breathe. Working together in this way is the recipe for a successful!
There are just a few things you need to do to prepare for your Intuitive Breathwork Session.
How to Prepare
Whether you are new to breathwork or someone who is familar, there are some very important things you need to do to help make this session a success:
1. Set an intention for your session.
Breathwork is a fast track to strengthened intuition because it facilitates clearing out beliefs and energy that stifles the flow and expression. Through the 2-part breath we clear out what no longer serves us and replace it with something that does.
Where your attention goes your energy flows, and that's why you bring your intention to the session.
- State what you are ready to clear, get rid of, or otherwise "drop off". AND...
- State what you are calling in, in it's place.
2. Phone/Skype sessions require a quiet environment.
You must be in a quiet, interruption-free environment for the duration of the session. This is essential to your own energy and ability to let go and heal. The environment should be one that allows you to feel safe and be emotionally vulnerable–safe to uncover deep emotions.
Lastly, when you book a session, you are reserving my time. As stated in the Terms and Conditions, if during your session you are in a busy office, a parked or moving car, or any other space that is not private, quiet, and free of interruptions, the session will not take place and you will forfeit your payment.
3. Wear comfortable loose clothing. You will be laying down for the active breath.
Skype Sessions - Prepare to speak on camera, in a seated position first. Then tilt the camera so that I can see you as you breath laying down.
4. Remember healing can be joyous! If you start to get too serious or uptight when you are preparing...remember to breathe :)