Shamanic Breathwork™ uses music attuned to the chakras and the natural power of the breath to take you on a transformational journey to :

  • Awaken your PASSION
  • Unleash your LIFE-FORCE ENERGY
  • Reclaim your WISDOM
  • Clarify your SACRED PURPOSE

Shamanic Breathwork™ is a powerful healing process that reconnects participants with their own “Inner Shaman.”  Old wounds and dysfunctional patterns are released and transformed. Individuals may reclaim lost soul parts and remember their true purpose. Reclaiming their wholeness as they re-member themselves. As we heal the world is healed.

This experiential process is guided by your wisdom and “Inner Psycho-spiritual Midwife.”   The day begins with a brief overview of the Shamanic Breathwork™ process. We create a safe and sacred space by calling in the directions, the Divine, our spirit teachers and power animals. The participants then lie down and focus on their intention and begin deep circular breathing, “until they are surprised.” Drumming guides you into the journey.  You then breathe to powerful music which lasts between 30-75 minutes depending on the format of the event.

Shamanic Breathwork™ is a highly individualized and unique process each time it is experienced. People commonly report shifts in consciousness, ranging from bliss states to releasing blocks from their bodies and psyche. The experience of being reborn is a common occurrence, as is a life review. Old patterns of dysfunction may be brought to the surface and healed. Feelings such as grief, fear, rage and anxiety are often released. New insights and solutions to life challenges may also be revealed.

The facilitators hold a loving and supportive space for the group, at times they may offer support- in the form of bodywork, Reiki, Soul Return and various forms of Shamanic healing.

After the journey participants have an opportunity to express their experience through the “Shakti Art Process,” which involves creating a mandala or other piece of visual art to capture the essence of their experience on paper. They also may journal about their experience.  The process is also shared verbally, in either a small or large group format, to help integrate the experience and anchor it deeply in the being.