How does breathing therapy work?

Breathing therapy is offered in one-to-one sessions and in groups. You will learn to become aware of how you breathe and find out what causes your breathing to change.

One-to-one breathing therapy is designed individually. During the breathwork session, you lie on a comfortable couch fully clothed. I support the movement of your breathing through touch, movement, and stretching. The key element is “to let your breath happen.” The aim is to experience your breathing directly and to pay careful attention to it. The one-to-one session also includes respiratory, physical, and mindfulness exercises as well as a personal discussion.
In group sessions, you receive instruction and practise independently while sitting, lying, and standing.
Breath is also audible: voice and speech exercises change our voice, the strength of our voice, and the timbre of our voice.

How does breathing therapy work?

Breathing reacts to every touch, movement, thought, and feeling. As sensitivity increases, processes of change and development become possible that boost health and personal evolution. By changing the posture of your body, you can give yourself breathing space and therefore also space to live, which will allow you to master your life with increased resilience. Breathing therapy will improve your physical and mental balance and strengthen your self-confidence. Breathing therapy will enable you to act autonomously at work and in everyday life.
You will experience how breathing is the expression of the vital energy that moves in us and carries us. Breathing correctly gives us vitality and joie de vivre and allows us to experience calm and serenity.

Breathing therapy helps with:

  • Cardiovascular diseases

  • Respiratory tract diseases
  • Allergies
  • Hyperventilation
  • Gastrointestinal problems
  • Postural problems
  • Back and joint pain
  • Headaches
  • Sleep disorders
  • States of exhaustion
  • Burnout
  • Depression
  • Anxiety and panic
  • Rehabilitation after accidents and surgery
  • Menstrual and menopausal symptoms
  • Pregnancy and preparing to give birth

  • Regulation of acid-base balance
  • Improvement of flexibility