Instruction for Breathing (Intention Setting)


Breathwork Journey Begins with Guided Breathing


Self Guided breathwork


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Call to return your to body


Sharing Circle

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We provide you with everything except the water bottle

Wear loose and comfy clothing. A loose shirt and elastic waistband are perfect.

Avoid eating for 2 hours before breathwork. A light snack is ok.

Be ready for a potentially profound experience.


Setting intentions prior to Elevated State Breathwork sets the stage for the work to be done.

Common themes for intentions:

You can set as many intentions as you’d like but it’s best practice to select 2 or 3 for the experience to focus on. Set your intentions as present tense positive gratitudes. “I am grateful that I am ___________.”



Acceptance is agreeing to receive. What we are agreeing to receive is reality.

To remove our assumptions, preconceptions, and bias about how we want things to be and accepting them as they really are. Instead of struggling to make real-life match how we think it should be; if we accept reality, it gives us:

A lot of misery can be avoided if you surrender
and agree to reality on realities’ terms.

By accepting we allow our bodies to activate it’s
natural healing capabilities and to reach
transcendent states of consciousness.





The first 15 minutes of breathwork will be guided. Then you will Consciously guide your own breath journey. (Meaning you have to focus your effort)  Right when you’re about ready to quit a break-through happens. Stick with it.

After the break-through (or dropping in) you will begin to breathe ORGANICALLY (meaning you don’t have to think about it. It just happens.) Allow your body to breathe the way it wants. Sometimes the patterns change based on what the body desires. If the feeling to breathe a certain way feels right…..as long as it’s not forced or causes too much intensity…then it’s recommended to go with that feeling.

Often the music and group energy can help determine the tempo, intensity and organic breath pattern you adopt. You can always increase or decrease the intensity of your experience with your breath. If you are feeling overwhelmed, relax your breathing and the feelings usually release quickly.


Breathwork allows you to feel deeper. It can be physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. An entire range of feelings and emotions are possible while in an elevated state. Breathwork can be

Going beyond your comfort zone is where the magic happens and allows you to let go and connect to your authentic self.


Every Breathwork experience is different. Your experience will depend on your intentions, mindset, diet, ability to relax your mind, surrender and accept, staying with the breath, and breathing through challenges. 

The Experience can be:

Very physical with deep vibrations within
Emotional with deep feelings
Sometimes it’s just challenging
Mental, experiencing deeper recesses of the mind
Meditative and liberating
Spiritual where a greater connection to life/soul/God/source takes place


After the journey, we have a short sharing circle where everyone is encouraged to participate with 4-5 words to sum up their experience. Discussing your experience after the sharing circle can allow you to understand and integrate your experience into your life.


Many times the experience is so profound and emotionally moving we think we will never forget the lesson or how we felt. But several days later the ego is back on patrol and trying to rationalize why we don’t need to make difficult changes. Journaling about your experience helps deal with this. Your journal is for the big takeaways, lessons, and the actions you need to take in your life.


Meditation can be a challenging practice. But breathwork and traditional mindfulness meditation work well together.

Some people feel a single breathwork journey is equal to 2-3 years of mindfulness meditation practice.