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Sun, 11 June



Breath work & Meditation

Breath work is all about activating the parasympathetic nervous system in a quick and effective way. This simple 1hr event includes a variety of breathing techniques to activate deep calm and relaxation followed by a grounding & clearing meditation.

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Breath work & Meditation
Breath work & Meditation

Time & Location

11 June 2023, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Ballina, Ballina NSW 2478, Australia

About The Event

Carbon dioxide is the chief hormone of the entire body; it is the only one that is produced by every tissue and that probably acts on every organ.

Yandell Henderson, Ph.D. - Cyclopedia of Medicine (1940)

The purpose of practicing these breathing techniques is to stimulate the bodies ability to hold more O2 within the cells, stimulate the neurotransmittors responsible for activating the Parasypathetic nervous system to get out of fight or flight responses, reduce anxiety and depression.  There is much to be said about increasing CO2 levels in the body. 

These ancient breathing techniques are commonly called Pranayama which literally translates to Prana - Vital life force - Yama - Gain control.  

In this one hour event, we will explore and practice some of the many breathing techniques available to us

We will complete the experience with a guided meditation.

Please note you will need to consult your Doctor before attending if you suffer from any of the follow conditions

  1. Cardiovascular disease or having suffered from heart attacks, high blood pressure, and/or angina;
  2. Glaucoma or retinal detachment;
  3. Recent injuries or surgery;
  4. If you take medication;
  5. Mental health issues;
  6. Seizures and/or aneurysms;
  7. Osteoporosis;
  8. Asthma or other respiratory conditions.


  • Breath work & Meditation

    This is your ticket for our breath work event Wear comfortable clothing & slip off shoes Bring a water bottle, yoga mat and pillow to sit on Address: 2/44 Norton St Ballina

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