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respiratory therapy

The quality of your breath determines the quality of your life

The conscious connected breath

The aim of therapeutic breathwork is to use the breath to make repressed or retained feelings perceptible, to consciously hold them out and thus to release them. The work always includes the whole person: social environment and imprints, thinking and acting, physical condition and the client’s emotional world.

With the technique of connected breath it is possible to have a deep experience with oneself. The philosophy underlying breathwork could be described as a way of accepting personal responsibility.

This technique is one of the most effective for restoring emotional energy, physical well-being and feelings of interpersonal connection. Deepened breath floods the entire organism with oxygen and thus provides enormous healing power.


A connected breath (there is no pause between inhalation and exhalation) allows you to relax by absorbing more energy so that you reach a deeper level of consciousness.

There it is possible for you to recognize ingrained patterns, old blockages, personal traumas or problems. In the company of your energy-filling breath, which serves as a tool to be in the now, you can feel, be there accepting and integrate your individual theme. This happens on a holistic level of body, mind and spirit.

For any consciousness work with soul, the breathing technique you can learn here represents a fundamental path of development, effective on a physical and psychological level, leading to an expanded awareness of oneself.

Mental Symptoms

  • Fear/Anxiety
  • Difficult to relax
  • Inner restlessness
  • Anger problems
  • Depression
  • Development and transition crises
  • Burn-Out Syndrome
  • Unprocessed shock
  • Conflicts
  • Drug problems

Physical Symptoms

  • Breathing Difficulties
  • Allergy and all immune problems
  • Hardenings
  • Asthma
  • Blood pressure problems
  • Acidification
  • Vegetative dystonia
  • Headache
  • Back problem
  • Tinnitus
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