There is one way of breathing that is shameful and constricted. Then, there's another way
~ a breath of love that takes you all the way to infinity.” – Rumi.
UPDATE 1/21/19! SCOTTSDALE LOCATION
Bell Road & 54th
for directions call (501) 231-6027
for information call (541) 543-8052
ART OF BREATHING Self-Healing
Scottsdale: Sunday, Jan. 27th 1:00 - 5:00 pm
Tucson: Saturday, Feb. 2nd 1:00 - 5:00 pm
Private location—register for address and details.
$44 /class suggested donation
Private Sessions also available for those seeking deeper healing.
Art of Breathing gives real life tools to overcome Post Traumatic Stress, Auto-immune disorders, Fibromyalgia, and all stress related physical challenges.
Art of Breathing practices touch and soothe each emotion to eliminate stress. Breathing exercises combined with wisdom teachings allow cellular, emotional and mental change. In the inner stillness we become aware of where energy is blocked in the body, and learn practices that release those blocks and allow peace to flow. Recent scientific studies have revealed that the Vagus Nerve (organ that governs our parasympathetic nervous system) when impaired, is responsible for all stress related dis-ease, disorders, and illnesses. Depression, Post Traumatic Stress (PTS), Irritable Bowel, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Mood/Hormonal swings, Crohn’s, Fibromyalgia, Alzheimer’s, and Obesity.
Art of Breathing heals the Vagus Nerve - proven 100% effective without side effects!
The most ancient form of yoga is Kriya, the yoga of Breath. Without Kriya, there is no yoga, however not all yoga teaches Kriya. Some teach a variety of breathing techniques that are based on Kriya. To be initiated into a yogic tradition with Kriya usually requires a guru relationship.
Art of Breathing brings the ancient wisdom of Kriya to you, in a western setting without overtones of a specific spiritual tradition, such as Hinduism where the teachings originate. Wisdom from a variety of traditions are part of the basic foundation that supports the human experience in these times of great change on our planet and in our societies.
Regeneration of the body will be the next great science and we are starting here—now with Art of Breathing.
"Yogic breathing is a unique method for balancing the autonomic nervous system and influencing psychologic and stress-related disorders. Many studies demonstrate effects of yogic breathing on brain function and physiologic parameters, but the mechanisms have not been clarified. ... a sequence of specific breathing techniques ... can alleviate anxiety, depression, everyday stress, post-traumatic stress, and stress-related medical illnesses. Mechanisms contributing to a state of calm alertness include increased parasympathetic drive, calming of stress response systems, neuroendocrine release of hormones, and thalamic generators."
Columbia College of Physicians & Surgeons
Richard P. Brown, M.D.
Patricia L. Gerbarg, M.D.
Humanity has been inundated with toxic chemicals, GMOs, violent frequencies and thoughts. Veterans come home from war with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and, in reality, most people have some form of PTSD. Whether the source is war, family dysfunction, traumatic experience, chemical induced or just from living in a broken society… Breath will bring us home to our own Wholeness. Today’s composting society offers a culture where individual inspiration can make a huge impact.
Peace Production brings cutting edge, yet ancient technology, Kriya Yoga, to life in Art of Breathing. New studies bring this practice to the forefront as science discovers the power of self healing through breathing exercises and the workings of the Vagus Nerve. All humanity may benefit from this take home practice of conscious breathing that heals the Vagus Nerve, thereby relieving symptoms of stress related diseases. When youth experience the awareness of breath and exercises, they are more easily guided into their personal passions. When elders experience the breathing exercises and wisdom shared, they begin to heal their bodies and open their hearts. Those recovering from addiction find inner strength to make positive changes in their lives. And when veterans experience the healing of the practice, they are able to see themselves more clearly and reprogram their minds from the military programming and trauma they experienced on the battlefield.
The Heart of the Matter:
In-Spire means to breathe in, yet inspiration is more than just breathing… Breath is key to accessing our creative ability. By knowing HOW to breathe for the best body functioning, we access our personal creative talent and inspiration manifests through action in life. Kriya and Pranayama are specific breathing exercises that have been tested by science and proven to alleviate symptoms of many illnesses, disorders and syndromes that plague humanity such as: