We run on autopilot, blindly stumbling through life, doing the same things day after day, always getting the same results. Sometimes we stop, look and wonder why. Why am I doing this same self-destructive behaviour?
“We are in the habit of exaggerating, or imagining, or anticipating, sorrow.” Seneca
This can be a moment of clarity - a moment of observation. But then we return to our automatic, subconscious programming.
What if we could nurture this moment of observation? Becoming the Observer is grounded in Stoic philosophy and modern mindfulness science, ancient shamanic practice and modern medical science.
In our busy lives we get stuck in mental muddle - dwelling in the past and worrying about the future. Our busy brains are dominated by a maladaptive limbic system and we're stuck in fight, flight, or freeze. We grind away at our desks and our bodies are stiff and painful. Our mind and body is unwell. We are heavy with dis-ease.
Our breath is the energetic link between our mind and our body and our fascial net is the physical.
I have studied many different breath work modalities over the years. From ancients shamanic practices of india to the modern shaman Wim Hof, what was once grounded in mysticism is now understood by science.
I now teach breath work to individuals and groups as a way to boost physical performance, find their mental edge, and achieve a deep state of meditation - a state referred to as Transient Hypofrontality.
Pain in our body comes from many different sources. Physical trauma (direct or repetitive stain) can leave lasting pain and discomfort due to scar tissue and altered movement patterns.
Emotional trauma can also manifest itself as physical pain within the body too.
Our fascial net is intimately connected to our emotions and memories. Often we disconnect ourselves from sensations in our bodies when we are not ready to face the pain.
Through Fascial Stretch Therapy we can begin to feel our bodies and rebuild proprioception.
$75/$125/$150 - 30m/60m/90m. All major cc accepted