It’s difﬁcult to believe that these positive shifts could be attributed to using a speciﬁc breathing technique. But the connection is undeniable. I’m well aware that there will be many more occasions in my life when things won’t go my way, but I will turn to transformational breath to support me. I still do believe that with hard-work I can ‘have it all’, but my concept of having-it-all is certainly a little different now. And with the freedom I’ve gained from transformational breath, I realise that it doesn’t have to be so much of a struggle. Kim
From the very early stages, the breathing technique and Rebecca’s facilitation helped me go much deeper into myself and find silence. I found I was clearing out my mind and seeing things more clearly and more effectively than with meditation.
For six months, going to Rebecca’s facilitated breathing sessions weekly and practicing daily were the only treatment that eased the pressure and pain in my jaw following a bad ski accident, and have led to a faster recovery from the severe concussion I sustained. Most importantly though, over the last six months I have become more present in living now, learned to listen to my mind and body more and change my energy. I am much calmer and less stressed, and several people have recognised the change in my energy and the calmness I exude.
As a facilitator, Rebecca is exceptional. She starts each session by patiently listening to your description of how you feel and how life is. We then agree on what we need to work on for that session for example, letting go or accepting one self as we are. But most striking is that often Rebecca will just let the body and the breathing take us to where we need to work. She has a unique skill to hear what I am really saying but not voicing and what my body needs.
Over these six months she has also helped me build my own daily practice, which is incredibly generous and empowering. – Priyanka