Breathwork w/Cynthia at Moksha Yoga Center (Logan Square), Moksha Yoga Center, Sunday, 25. August 2019

Discover how you can utilize controlled breathing to relax tension, release past trauma, and restore your life.
Breathwork has long been a practice used to connect to and deepen our awareness of life force. This class invites you into an experience of expanded states of consciousness, healing, awakening, relaxation, and clarity.

Day of event be sure to: 

Dress comfy
Drink plenty of water beforehand - come hydrated 
Avoid eating anything heavy before
Yoga mats are provided 
Entrance to Building: Press *2500 at the door to enter. Take stairs to the 2nd level, use door on the right side - we are in studio 202. *Restrooms are located in hallway
What is Breathwork?
Traditional Breathwork has a long, rich history founded in India through the practice of Pranayama where breath is used to increase positive energy levels and remove toxins from the body. The type of Breathwork that I teach is a modernized approach to Pranayama, where conscious connected breathing is used as a tool to connect you to your higher self, getting you out of your head and deeply centered with your heart.
How is it done?
It’s done lying down on your back in a comfortable position, while music is playing to help motivate, relax, and release anything that’s stuck. It’s done in-and-out through the mouth, breathing through the mouth into the diaphragm, then into the chest, and then exhaling everything out through the is repeated without pausing at the top or the bottom like a continuous link. Breathwork sessions lasts anywhere between 60-75 minutes, similar to a fitness class, making this practice incredibly convenient and easy to add to your schedule.
What you may experience?

Release of toxins from the cells of the body

Stress release and deep relaxation

Relief from physical pain

Expanded states of consciousness

Deep inner peace

Extreme Joy

Increased connection to life source

Ability to manifest greater abundance

What it’s not?
Breathwork is not hyperventilating - if you’ve seen it done before, but have not experienced Breathwork firsthand, you may get this impression. In actuality, during Breathwork sessions the intention is to take in as much oxygen as possible, which is the opposite of hyperventilating, where you exhale more air than you take in.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?


Sunday, 25. August 2019, Moksha Yoga Center, Breathwork w/Cynthia at Moksha Yoga Center (Logan Square)

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