The Healing Power of Deep Breathing
(All Event Times Listed are Central Standard Time)
Sewanee, TN 37375
Saturday, March 20th, 2021, 4:30-6:30PM Central Time, $50
Program is offered online via Zoom.
St. Mary’s Sewanee welcomes back presenter, Anneli Virkhaus, a Music Therapist, MT-BC & Intuitive Sound & Energy Healer. She will be discussing the healing power of the breath.
This workshop is for people of all ages and is fun, safe, and effective. Bring some ease and joy into your life and come experience the power of deep breathing.
Breath is essential to life. Developing a regular daily practice of deep breathing is one of the best tools for improving your health and well-being.
Pranayama or breathwork is the science of breath control first practiced in India thousands of years ago. The techniques of pranayama teach you how to consciously take control over your breathing and bring more oxygen into your body.
Breathwork practices are simple and proven practices that can be implemented anywhere to get maximum results quickly. Breathwork practices do not involve any religious or spiritual beliefs and anyone can learn to do them in order to enhance their daily lives.
Breathwork has been scientifically proven to lower blood pressure, boost immunity, release muscle tension, increase oxygen levels, reduce anxiety and depression, induce a sense of peace and calmness, increase levels of awareness, increase energy levels, aid in emotional healing, and help people feel more connected to themselves and the world.
In this workshop learn about the ancient breathwork practices and the physiological, mental, emotional, and spiritual benefits. You will learn about and practice several yogic styles of breathwork, as well as other styles of breathwork that have profound effects. This workshop is experiential and will allow you to experience the power of breathwork first hand.
Anneli Virkhaus is a board certified music therapist (MT-BC), sound and energy healer, and yoga teacher (RYT). She received her music therapy degree from Appalachian State University and did her internship at Langley Porter Psychiatric Hospital in San Francisco. She has extensive experience working in the mental health field. She believes in empowering people to discover how to love and care for themselves and her work is focused on giving people tools, such as breathwork, to discover how to live their best lives. Anneli received her 200-RYT from Kripalu and has personally experienced the positive and powerful benefits of yoga and breathwork in her life over the past 10 years.