Trauma isn’t a dirty word


Let us know the inner workings of our bodies, minds and souls.
We have all experienced trauma.
It is part of being human.

Let us remember the ways in which we can let it go.
So, let me teach you.

Why Breathwork?

We breathe approximately 23,000 breaths per day.
Most people breathe around 60% lung capacity.
Our breath may be the most important factor in our life expectancy and levels of happiness.

What if you could breathe deeper, fuller and wider?
Learn how to change your subconscious breathing pattern.

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An Accidental Healer

In 2014 I awoke to the harsh reality that I was living in “the emptiness of a materialist, industrialized and spiritually impoverished society that had lost its connection to nature.”
The quotation is from Albert Hofman, who accidentally created LSD in 1938.

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How breathing changes digestion

Digestive issues are on the rise in Western societies.
The focus on gut health in increasing, and we are understanding the importance of good intestinal health.
There are 10 signals sent from the gut to the brain, to every one sent from the brain to the gut.
Our digestive health changes our blood chemistry, brain function and level of contentment.

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Anger is healthy

When our boundaries are crossed we become angry.

This is a self-protection mechanism that the wisdom of our bodies has evolved over thousands of years. We need the strength that the particles of emotion of anger provide. They allow us to fight with strength and out run predators. They can also be misdirected and misunderstood.

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The science of cellular healing

“There is no such thing as absolute truth and absolute falsehood. The scientific mind should never recognise the perfect truth or the perfect falsehood of any supposed theory or observation.”
-Prof Henry Augustus Rowland.
He served as the first president of the American Physical Society between 1899 and 1901.

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