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Womb Healing- Free Mastercalss

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Date : 5th May

Sunday

Time : 11am-2pm
Open to all the genders

Your breath brings oxygen into your body so that you can thrive. When you are physically or emotionally stressed, it affects how you breathe. Breathwork helps to calm your stress and bring balance to your body. So, how does it work, and what are breathwork techniques?

Breathwork relaxes you and takes your body and mind out of fight-or-flight mode. To understand how, however, you must first learn about your autonomic nervous system, which is divided into two parts:

 

Your sympathetic nervous system controls your body's "fight-or-flight" reaction. This system becomes more active when you are worried or in danger.

 

Your parasympathetic nervous system is the "rest-and-digest" section of your brain that relaxes your body after stressful or dangerous situations. Fight-or-flight mode is useful when you are being pursued by a bear or fleeing a burning building.

 

But these days, many of us are in a mental fight-or-flight state even when our bodies are not under physical duress—think significant job deadlines, unpleasant news stories, financial troubles, disagreements with your spouse, and more. "We need our sympathetic nervous system to be aware of danger in our environment, but in today's society, we are too often in fight-or-flight mode when we are not really in danger," Dr. Young says.

"To relieve stress, we must be able to activate our parasympathetic nervous system.

 

Breathwork is a technique for activating your body's parasympathetic nervous system, which aids in de-escalation and stress reduction.

 

That can also result in a wide range of happy sentiments. ​ ​ "Breathwork improves our focus and energy, which can lead to a higher quality of life with more opportunities for joy and fun," Dr. Young adds. "If we are continually stressed and tense, it is quite difficult to identify those key traits in life." Joy & fun? Yes, please. Furthermore, breathwork is one of the most accessible wellness routines. Anyone can do it, regardless of age or other medical concerns, as long as they learn the breathing techniques that work best for them.

Who should not do Breathwork

This technique can evoke intense physical and emotional changes. Therefore, there is a list of specific criteria that exists to advise against participation. For anyone considering trying holotropic breathing, it is a good idea to discuss possible risks with your healthcare provider before embarking on this alternative practice, especially if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Cardiovascular disease

  • Heart attacks, high blood pressure, and angina

  • Glaucoma or retinal detachment

  • Recent injury or surgery

  • Any condition that requires you to take medication

  • Panic attacks or psychosis

  • Seizures

  • Severe mental illness

  • Aneurysms (or family history)

  • You are pregnant or are breastfeeding

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Things to bring: Yoga Mat

A Sheet to cover yourself

Water bottle.

Open Mind.

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When: 5th May,

11 Am-2 Pm
Energy Exchange: 1500

Location: West Delhi

 

Exact location will be shared once the booking is done

There are no refund for this.
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See you there lovely!

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