Our breathing pattern is as unique to us as our finger print, we all breathe but we all breathe differently.  Consider that 70% of us don’t use our full respiratory system and that most people only use 33% of their respiratory capacity.  Conscious breathing helps us to fully open our respiratory system.

Conscious breathing is easy to learn and can be beneficial to people of all ages, from infancy to old age.  It is natural, safe and healthy.

Transformational Breath® was developed by Dr Judith Kravitz in the mid 70’s.  It incorporates her knowledge of conscious breathing techniques along with other healing and spiritual principles.  It works by using a high vibrational energy force, created with a specific breathing pattern which works with the law of entrainment.  The breathing technique opens and helps to clear blocked energy which is stored in the body, this can include past pain, emotional memories and negative thoughts.  The high vibrational frequency of the breath raises anything of a lower vibration to allow it to be integrated and released/accepted.  By learning to open our breath we open up to more life.  We can become free of fear, stress, depression, PTSD and other conditions and instead fill our lives with more love, joy and abundance.

Transformational Breath® is provided by a fully trained facilitator, they encourage a full diaphragmatic breath.  By utilising the diaphragm all the organs that come into contact with, or are affected by the movement of the diaphragm are massaged which aids good circulation.  Your facilitator will observe the breath and see where your breath is being held.  They will then use simple techniques which could include changing the position of the body, gentle hands-on pressure, sound and positive affirmations to help the breath to open up and flow more freely.  Transformational Breath® is taught as a powerful self help tool which you’ll be able to use for yourself after several sessions.

A typical session lasts about 1.5-2 hours, about one hour of which is devoted to breathing using the technique, this section is called the ‘work’ section and during this time alongside the breathingadditional techniques of sound, gentle movement and the application of ‘body mapping’ which is where pressure is gently applied to certain points (similar to acupressure points).  You will be asked to lie comfortably on a mat on the floor, or sit comfortably in a chair depending on any health issues you have advised.  You will not be asked to remove any clothing but in advance of your session you will have been advised to wear loose fitting clothing due to the expansion to your abdominal area during the session.

After around 40 minutes of breath work using the technique there is then approximately 20 minutes which are used for relaxation.  This allows for the breath to return to normal, for any emotions to settle and for internal system to relax.  At the end of the session there will be time to discuss your breathing experience and to ask any questions, you will also receive guidance on how you can incorporate a self practice into your daily life.

A main piece of feedback often received is that clients feel much lighter and freer  after a Transformational Breath® session.

If you have an open mind and are looking for a non-talking therapy that can make long term changes to your life then why not get in touch and give Transformational Breath® a try.

In September 2014, Transformational Breath won an award for being the best complimentary therapy by The Institute of Complementary Medicine.

In 2007, the NCC and the Institute for Complementary Medicine (ICM) merged to form the Institute for Complementary and Natural Medicine (ICNM). The ICM was founded as a charity in 1982 and established the British Register of Complementary Practitioners (BRCP) in 1989.

The BRCP is one of the longest-running, multi-disciplinary registers of CAM professional practitioners in the UK. It promotes quality, best practice, raising educational standards and integrated medicine.

Transformational Breath is accredited by the British Register of Complementary Practitioners.