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My Journey

I am so excited to introduce Breathtaking to you.  I was drawn to Breathwork to help with my long-standing sleep issues, and growing (older) pains amongst other things.

I've tried breathwork and meditation at various points in my life to help myself with grief, trauma and so on.  However, my over-active mind wouldn't settle into the meditation leaving me feeling frustrated and no further forward.

And then I found Soma Breath.  The focus is breathing in beats to music, using various breathing techniques to target multiple issues.  Perfect to keep the mind on task!

 

I have enjoyed great success with this and am inspired and excited to share it with you.

Nik from Breathtaking

Join Me in a Breath and discover the Magic of Mindful Breathing

Ah, there's nothing quite like taking a deep breath and feeling yourself come alive. It's amazing how much we can discover about ourselves and our surroundings just by being present and mindful of our breath.

If you're feeling a little lost or unsure of yourself, taking a few moments to focus on your breath can really help to ground you and bring you back to the present moment. Start by finding a quiet place where you can sit or lie down comfortably, and just close your eyes. Take a deep breath in through your nose, feeling the air fill your lungs and expand your chest. Then slowly exhale through your mouth, letting go of any tension or stress you may be holding onto.

As you continue to breathe deeply, try to let go of any thoughts or worries that may be weighing you down. Just focus on the sensation of your breath moving in and out of your body. You may find that your mind starts to wander - that's okay! Just gently bring your attention back to your breath whenever you notice it drifting away.

As you practice this simple exercise, you may begin to notice a sense of calm and clarity settling over you. You may feel more connected to your body, your surroundings, and the present moment. And who knows - you may even discover something new about yourself along the way. So take a deep breath, my friend, and let yourself be fully present in this moment.

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