Breathwork for Grief ~ with Helen Buron
The purpose of this space is provide a container where grief is allowed out in the open. Often times, we experience our grief behind closed doors because it can be uncomfortable or scary to those around us. Grief is a natural part of LIFE and it feels good to be able to connect with others who are also moving through the same. Sometimes it comes from losing a loved one and sometimes we are holding it for our family lineage. Maybe you’re feeling grief around the state of the planet and maybe you’re feeling the loss of a dream/health/relationship/part of self.
This circle will be dedicated to whatever shape, color, texture, or story your grief is right now, whether you’ve experienced a recent loss of some kind or whether your grief has been with you a long while. Come tend to your heart.
What is Breathwork?
Breathwork is a self-healing modality that uses the breath as a catalyst for releasing, processing, expansion, and transformation. The rhythmic pattern of the pranayama breath with two inhales and one exhale becomes an active meditation, giving our beautiful and busy minds something to focus on so we may sink into our intuitive, feeling, and expressive bodies. In this group circle, you will be surrounded in a supportive nest by other brave breathers. As your space holder and guide, I will gently lead you into the breath and into the deepest parts of yourself using affirmations, essential oils, energy healing, and a sound track of music made special for our evening together.
With breathwork, you can…
…work through heavy emotions like grief, sadness, anger, frustration
…flood your body with light emotions like joy, pleasure, and self-love
…move and open the energy in your body to create a natural high
…increase the oxygen and raise your vibration to alkalize your body and promote healing of illness or pain
…become grounded and centered into your core for clarity and creative inspiration
…connect with community and Spirit to heal yourself and the world
DATE: Sunday, February 3rd 1:00 – 3:00pm