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Breathe with me


Your breath is your anchor

We can't always control what happens  around us,

but we can change what is happening  within  us.

What if I told you that we could use our breath to change the way that we feel in any given moment?

Whether you want to feel more

calm, connected, grounded, and balanced

or more

energised, focused, motivated and resilient

Breathwork allows us to consciously connect to our body so that we have a greater control over our nervous system.

There is great power in being able to use our breath to come back home to ourselves.

Breathwork has been an ancient practice for thousands of years.

Yet many of us have lost connection with our breath, and the healing power of Breathwork has only started to become more of a recognised practice in the western world in more recent years.

This busy world can often cause us to live life from a state of heightened awareness, stress or anxiety. 

Our breath provides a direct connection between our mind and body through our nervous system, and so by consciously controlling our breath, we can communicate a sense of safety and regulation.


1:1 Breathwork Sessions

- Befriend your breath: to become more aware of how you are breathing and develop a greater sense of connection to your body

- Identify breathing dysfunctions and help you to breathe in a way to better support your physical and mental wellbeing

- Develop a number of conscious breathing techniques you can use for calming, balance, energising and sleep

- Have a greater control over your nervous system to help you regulate your emotions and physical responses to stress and anxiety

What to expect

Our 1:1 breathwork sessions will be tailored to you and in our first session we can explore your desires for what you would like to gain from them.


Whilst we breathe every single day, we do this in a very unconscious way, often with little knowledge about what is happening within us and the benefits that breathing well can have on our body and mind. So to begin with, we will explore:

- the anatomy of the breath,

- how our nervous system works

 - and how we can use our breath to help us regulate this.

I will then begin guiding you through a number of breathwork techniques, depending on your needs. Breathwork can be both calming and soothing, as well as energising and uplifting - so it is the perfect tool to help with the effects of both anxiety and depression.

I will also support and guide you to develop your own personal breathwork practice in-between sessions and beyond, so that you can continue to use your breath to support your wellbeing, whenever you need to.


Breathwork and Counselling 

As well as holding space purely to focus on breathwork, I do often use breathwork techniques within my counselling sessions with clients, as and when appropriate.

Whether this is teaching clients breathwork techniques they can use to support themselves outside of sessions, or taking the time to breathe together in our sessions to ground and soothe.


Breathwork has been recognised by many leading trauma experts as an effective tool to integrate into the healing of  trauma.


The mind-body connection is a powerful one, and whilst we can explore many issues from a  mind perspective during counselling, it is becoming increasingly recognised that our  bodies play a big part in that healing too.

If you're interested in working with both the mind and body then this can be discussed during our initial session.


"Breath is the bridge that connects life to consciousness, which unites your body and your thoughts. Whenever your mind becomes scattered, use your breath as the means to take hold of your mind again."
- Thich Nhat Hanh

Want to take the next step on your journey?

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