Events

EVENTS

During this in studio event we will explore the healing power of transformational breathwork. Consciously directing the breath in order to have a transformational experience.

Breathing faster and deeper decreases the amount of carbon dioxide in the body, the body compensates by making the blood more alkaline which creates certain changes in the brain.

This leads to certain areas of your brain having more activity and certain areas have less activity, one of the areas that has less activity is the pre-frontal cortex.

The pre-frontal cortex is the part of your brain responsible for the mental constructs of Self, when this area has less activity the ego mind can disappear or can be deactivated, allowing you to connect to the inner intelligence, inner guidance, inner wisdom that is within each of us when we let go of the story we have created about ourselves and the world.

No experience is necessary, this process is open to all.

We will breathe at LiveShanti Studio in White River on Tuesday 20 April from 17.30-19.30

R330pp

During this in studio event we will explore the healing power of transformational breathwork. Consciously directing the breath in order to have a transformational experience.

Breathing faster and deeper decreases the amount of carbon dioxide in the body, the body compensates by making the blood more alkaline which creates certain changes in the brain.

This leads to certain areas of your brain having more activity and certain areas have less activity, one of the areas that has less activity is the pre-frontal cortex.

The pre-frontal cortex is the part of your brain responsible for the mental constructs of Self, when this area has less activity the ego mind can disappear or can be deactivated, allowing you to connect to the inner intelligence, inner guidance, inner wisdom that is within each of us when we let go of the story we have created about ourselves and the world.

No experience is necessary, this process is open to all.

We will breathe at LiveShanti Studio in White River on Wednesday 21 April from 10.00 to 12.00

R330pp