About Breathwork

Breathwork is a rebranding and simplification of a complex and advanced human science.  Breathwork was developed in the last hundred years and continues to be experimented with, leading to mixed and sometimes detrimental results.  The original respiratory exercises that breathwork pulls from date back thousands of years and are one of the most sophisticated and integrative human sciences known to us.  I teach and facilitate breath techniques from the original teachings.  If this interests you, I'd love to tell you more about it and guide you through a simple active breath meditation so that you can experience the health benefits firsthand.

I offer a FREE introductory class and breath session every week.


Guided safely and gently within an informed and compassionate context, my breath sessions are an opportunity to remove blocks, connect with your highest potential, and significantly improve your wellbeing.  Amongst a plethora of proven health benefits, the natural wellness technique that I facilitate elongates brain waves, increases neural plasticity in the brain, and activates oxytocin, serotonin, melatonin, and vasopressin. This means that it has the capacity to counter dis-ease, rewire negative thinking, reduce emotional reactivity, release old thought patterns, and create space and flexibility for new and healthy habits to emerge. It also boosts the immune system, alkalizes, oxygenates, and detoxifies the body, and resets the vagus nerve. There is much to share about this incredible respiratory practice and its science. Please accept my invitation to embark on a journey of self-discovery with me. Sign up for Weekly Reset (free introduction + guided session), book a private session, check out frequently asked questions, read testimonials from my clients, contact me, or visit my teacher's website.

If you want to contribute to positive change in the world, the place to start is within.


“The world is nothing but a collection of individuals.

Change the individual, change the world.”

  -  J. Krishnamurti