Therapeutic Breathwork is a deeply transformative and healing practice utilizing the energy of the breath alongside a depth of support and experience that nurtures not only the release and sometimes resolution of emotions, trauma and energy, but a deepened connection and trust to our embodied selves and the life that is waiting to be lived through us.
This type of Breathwork is powerful in nature and although can be deeply restorative, often acts as a catalyst to tap into the emotional world within the body and intuitive life of the soul, often making it an often important part of healing work in conjunction with other therapies or on its own.
Therapeutic Breathwork is supportive to those looking to enhance their connection to themselves and their emotional and intuitive body or for those seeking deeper support in challenges of addiction, anxiety, depression, relationships with the body, grief and loss and more.
It has become very clear that memories and experience live within the body and that although we can support processes and tools of the mind, if we do not support the language of the body, with care and connection we are missing a vital and important piece.
Therapeutic Breathwork begins through some heart centred connection, continues with the active ceremony and process of Therapeutic Breathwork, and ends with time to integrate and anchor in the healing work that chooses to come through.
What makes this practice a more unique experience is that Kate can utilize her training and skills within her other modalities of work to help facilitate change, resolution and healing through this somatic experience. Where Therapeutic breathwork in turn becomes Breathwork Therapy, a creative union between body and mind, with soul central to this experience.
Kate sees many clients within her private Breathwork practice and if you wish to work with Kate, due to limited availability and waitlist, please email directly here at Kate@katehorsman.com
*Sessions can take place over Zoom to accommodate sessions from those in all the places.