Multiple Dates

The Power of the Pause: Breathing Room with Jamie McHugh

Actions and Detail Panel


Event Information

Share this event

Date and time



Online event

Event description
Breathing - it takes the edge off!

About this event

With so much anxiety and uncertainty presently in the world, the return to the breathing body in the company of others online is a much-needed soulful sanctuary and an oasis of calm, clarity and ease.

These hour-long online gatherings are guided in real-time to offer a practical experience of collaborating with your breathing to dissipate anxiety and stabilize attention.

The session will consist of a 5-minute introduction, a 45-minute experience with a primary focus on 360 degree breathing and individual variations, and 10 minutes for reflection and questions.

Open to all levels of experience.

Note: Please watch this 2 minute "3D view of diaphragm" video before session to get an inside view of what we will be exploring

Share with friends
{ _('Organizer Image')}

Organizer Jamie McHugh

Organizer of The Power of the Pause: Breathing Room with Jamie McHugh

Jamie McHugh, MA, RSMT is a somatic movement specialist and an interdisciplinary artist living on the Mendocino coast. He is the creator of Somatic Expression® - Body Wisdom for Modern Times, an accessible and inclusive approach to somatic-expressive practices for daily life created through intensive study over time with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, Emilie Conrad, Anna Halprin, Thich Nhat Hanh, and the wild places of the planet. 


Jamie also exhibits his abstract contemplative nature photography as well as curating two online collections of motional art: 7 Days of Beauty Project and The Breathing Room Series. 


After teaching movement arts internationally for over four decades in various capacities, McHugh is currently focusing Somatic Expression® in two branches to offer creative relational resources for befriending one’s self and the natural environment: “Embodied Mindfulness Online” (Explorations in the Inner Landscape) and “Embodying Nature” (Explorations in the Outer Landscape). 

Save This Event

Event Saved