Breathwork uses the breath as a main tool for exploring alternate states of consciousness, meditation as well as in therapy. Breathwork utilises conscious manipulation or controlling of breathing patterns to achieve a certain, desired result. Breathwork can awaken and activate you to steer you into new directions or ease and may prevent an onset of debilitating and potentially life-threatening trauma related disorders such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Acute Stress Disorder (ASD), Secondhand Trauma, Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD), Dissinhibited Social Engagement Disorder (DSED), Adjustment Disorders and other unspecified Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders. Conscious use of breath by many existing breath work modalities can help individuals to live with vitality and radiant health.

BBTRS – Biodynamic Breathwork and Trauma Release System is a healing modality. It has the potential to release the effects of long unresolved traumas, thereby supporting the general healing of our physical body and mind. 

Acute Trauma Release is a healing modality, It has the potential to release the effects of Acute trauma, thereby preventing the embodiment of long-term life-threatening trauma related disorders. In many cases Acute Trauma Release enables traumatised people to return home in their own body, thereby ceasing an unconscious dissociate state of fight, flight or freeze.

Transformation breathing is a highly motivational modality. The technique that involves reaching an altered state in consciousness using the breath for personal and spiritual transformation. During the transformational breathing, the brain enters into the Theta brainwave state.This has a similar effect of being into hypnosis. The altered state supports the desired transformation that has limited your potential til now. You may feel more alive, have more clarity, attain a new direction, feeling more positive, alive, and excited about your purpose in life and you ay feel liberated from old traumas, broken relationships and and deep feelings of fear and sadness.

BBTRS uses Somatic Experiencing  (SE) – a method developed by Peter A Levine – as method for stress and trauma. It aimes at treating drama and stress-related disorders like PTSD. Here, the clients attention is directed toward internal sensations – interoception, proprioception or kinesthesia, rather than to cognitive or emotional experiences. SE sessions are held in-person and involve clients tracking their physical experiences. 

Interoception is defined as the collection of senses perceiving the internal state of the body. This can be both conscious or unconscious. It encompasses the Bain’s process of integrating signals relied from the body into specific subregions of the brain – like the brainstem, thalamus, insula, somatosensory and anterior cingulate cortex. Interoceptive signals are projected to the brain via a diversity of neural pathways, in particular fro the spinal cord. Misrepresentations or a disconnect between a body’s signal and the brains’s interpretation may give rise to the following conditions: anxiety, depression, panic disorder, anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) somatic symptom disorder and illness anxiety disorder. Interoceptive signals arise from many different physiological systems of the body – such as cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, endocrine and immune system.  They involve the heart, lungs, stomach and bladder along with other internal organs in the trunk of the body as physiological tissue that relay signals to the nervous system. 

Proprioception / kinesthesia is the sense of self-movement, force and body position. It is sometimes described as the sixth sense. Proprioception is mediated by proprioceptors, mechanic sensory neurons located within muscles, tendons and joints. Proprioceptive signals are transmitted to the central nervous system, where they are integrated with information from other sensory systems, like the visual system and the vestibular (balance & orientation) system. When fully charged in a breath session, gentle tremoring, vibration or shivering may happen along with more intense shivering, shaking or beating movements of releasing muscular and emotional tension.