Conscious Connected Breathwork: Our Breath is Our Medicine

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Conscious Connected Breathwork: Our Breath is Our Medicine

Conscious Connected Breathwork helps reduce stress, anxiety, and depression. Please join me for one of these events to learn more!

By Allison White

When and where

Date and time

Friday, June 9 · 7 - 9pm MDT


Point of Balance 855 Inca Street Denver, CO 80204

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About this event

  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Conscious Connected Breathwork (CCB) is a breathing technique where there are no pauses between the inhale and the exhale, creating a circular breath. CCB allows us to titrate between a ventral vagal state (relaxed) and the sympathetic state (activated), helping us to access unconscious emotions, insights, and memories through presence.

Practicing Conscious Connected Breathwork changes our physiology by:

  • lowering our heart rate and reducing cortisol levels
  • improving our nervous system
  • reducing lactic acid build up in muscle tissue
  • balancing levels of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood
  • increasing feelings of calm and ease

Which directly helps our bodies release:

  • feelings of stress and anxiety
  • old patterns and addictions
  • rigidity and stuck emotions
  • and past trauma that our bodies are holding

Please join me for a special night at the Inca Street Collective, integrating breathwork, somatic exploration, sound, and scent.

What will be provided:

  • Clean pillow, blanket, & mat to safely relax on.
  • Complementary eye pillow (to take home with you)
  • Tea break, integration and processing after the session

-Through sound, gentle and appropriate touch, circular breathing, and movement, CCB allows us to connect to the present moment with our felt sense, bringing us back to our authentic selves and back into our bodies.-

How to prepare:

  • Avoid eating 30 minutes prior to the event
  • Please do not eat a heavy meal prior to the event
  • No alcohol or other mind-altering substances prior to or during the event (refraining from mind altering substances 24 hours prior to and after event helps with breathwork integration)
  • Drink lots of water before and after the event

During the session you may experience a range of emotions including sadness, grief, or joy. Visions, imagery, and insights may arise. You might also experience physical symptoms such as tingling, warmness in the body, or cramping in the hands (tetany). You also might not experience any of these symptoms.

Please know this will be held in a safe environment where everyone is welcome, and I will be there to help support you and guide you. We will have time to integrate and process our breathwork journey, which is an integral part of the breathwork session.

I am a trauma informed Somatic therapist, EMDR practitioner, Reiki practitioner, and certified trauma informed Conscious Connected Breathwork facilitator. It is mandatory to sign a waiver prior to the breathwork session to ensure everyone’s safety.

To request the waiver or for any questions, contact Allison White, Breathwork Facilitator:

Breathwork is not a replacement for therapy or medical care. If you have medical concerns, please consult your doctor prior to participating in a breathwork session.

Please email the facilitator at the email above if you have any health concerns such as schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder or psychosis, epilepsy, heart conditions, COPD, delicate pregnancy, high/ very low blood pressure with fainting history, PTSD or recent major surgery before the session.

Please understand that you are responsible for any consequences resulting from this breathwork session. In the event of known medical conditions, please consult with a health professional before participant in breathwork.

I look forward to supporting you on your breathwork journey.

About the organizer

Organized by
Allison White