Breath-Work-James-Beard SAN DIEGO
from 7 PM to 10 PM
HELD AT: Healing Hands School of Holistic Health 9025 Balboa Ave SD CA 92123
About James Beard
James has been actively exploring the breath since 1985 which has led him into the world of holistic arts and yoga. Over the years, his intention has not only been to help heal but to guide and empower people to heal themselves. His practice of Breathwork, yoga, and massage has evolved with inner gifts and inspiration of several influential master teachers building a strong foundation of experience. James integrates the natural organic movements of the body with the breath in his sessions and yoga classes to support students so that they may gain a greater understanding of the deeper levels of self.
Breathwork is a phenomenally, mind-altering, aerobic, conscious-breathing exercise, designed to help you understand and heal yourself physically, mentally, emotionally, energetically and spiritually.
Breathwork is a physical, mental, and emotional exercise that encompasses your whole being. Breathwork meets you right where you are at and has the potential to put you in direct contact with your true self.
If you truly want a better understanding of yourself and your life, Breathwork can be the healing and empowering exercise you have been looking for.
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Come and join James Beard for a Breathwork workshop on October 13 from 7 PM to 10 PM.
Breathwork is an umbrella term for various New Age practices in which the conscious control of breathing is meant to influence mental, emotional and physical state – sometimes to claimed therapeutic effect.
Breathwork can cause distress and has no proven positive health impact other than perhaps promoting relaxation.
There are many types of Breathwork which have emerged over the last few decades, including Integrative Breathwork, Transformational Breathwork, Shamanic Breathwork, Conscious Connected Breathing, Radiance Breathwork, Zen Yoga Breathwork and many others.
Older non-Western techniques such as Yoga, Pranayama, T’ai chi, and Qigong are also offered as systems where the breath is used to direct and enhance the body’s energy and aid in the release of old emotions. Similarly, the many schools and teachers of mindfulness are also using breathing techniques that can date back to and beyond the time of the Buddha.