Integral Breath Therapy

Integrative musical breathwork puts us in a consciousness state where we travel upon our soul’s wider inner landscape, and can see the bigger picture of our lives — our greater story — and that of Humanity’s as well. — Jacquelyn Small

Integral Breath Therapy is a healing modality that uses breathwork as a support for various inner explorations. IBT is a highly experiential process that uses breathing techniques to clear out physical, mental, and emotional blocks or stresses in the body. It has been found to be a key to the body’s natural healing. With my support, breathwork will bring you to release anxieties and trust the process. It is about letting go, releasing control and getting out of the mind and into the body.

Breath therapy provides a powerful mind-body approach to healing for issues related to:

  • Grieving
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • PTSD
  • Addictions
  • Self-Esteem
  • Relationship Issues
  • Anger Management
  • Somatic Complaints
  • Birth and Death Issues
  • Spiritual Issues
  • Repressed Memories
  • Abuse
  • Trauma

What can I expect at a breath therapy session?

The first breath session lasts approximately 1.5-2 hours. During this time we will discuss your goals for therapy, background. and medical history. We will spend some time getting to know each other and supporting you as you become familiar with your breath. The last 50 minutes of the session will be spent on breathwork. Every session of breathwork thereafter lasts one hour. The key to Integral Breath Therapy is to surrender to the healing process.

Breathwork is a useful tool for bringing about positive life changes. Please call or email me to see if Integral Breath Therapy would be right for you. I look forward to talking with you.

Every change of mental state is reflected first in the breath and then in the body.
– Deepak Chopra

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Monique Rodriguez, Ph.D., LPC
Austin Embodied Therapy
1000 Westbank Dr. #6-250
West Lake Hills, TX 78746
Skype: austinembodiedtherapy

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