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Sun, Apr 28



Be Like Water Breathwork Practice

This is practice is all about surrendering to our divine rhythm and flow into our abundance.

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Be Like Water Breathwork Practice
Be Like Water Breathwork Practice

Time & Location

Apr 28, 2024, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM EDT


About the Event

To prepare for your breathwork session, please be in a setting where you won't be disturbed.  Headphones are helpful for the practice.  Please have water, journal, and any spiritual tools you'd like to work with during our session.

The type of breathwork we practice is known as the Dirgha Pranayama, or 3 Part Breath 


Three-part breath promotes diaphragmatic breathing and oxygenates the blood. Several empirical studies indicate that deep, diaphragmatic breathing has a positive influence on mood, cognition, and the stress/relaxation response of the body. Dirgha pranayama is equally beneficial to relax the body and mind in preparation for yoga and meditation.

Other well-known benefits of the three-part breath include lowering blood pressure and heart rate. Some yoga texts state that it kindles Agni - the metabolic fire - and thereby improves digestion. Dirgha pranayama may also provide some relief of insomnia or other sleep disorders.

Contraindications and Precautions

The three-part breath is considered safe for everyone. That being said, pregnant women, people with respiratory problems (asthma, bronchitis, etc.), patients recovering from a serious illness, and those suffering from chronic conditions such as cardiovascular disease should consult their physician before participating in this breathwork practice

As ever, pranayama is alwaysdone on an empty stomach. Wait for 3 hours after a meal before attempting dirgha pranayama. Practice it in a well-ventilated space. Pollution, incense sticks, fumes, or poor ventilation are counterproductive and potentially harmful.

We currently offer this weekly self care practice for free and donations are welcomed to continue to support our community work.


  • 15 minutes

    Welcome and introduction

  • 30 minutes

    Breathwork Practice

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  • Sacred Pause Breathwork

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