BioDynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release – Deva Kavessha

Why Breathwork & Trauma
Release?

Most of us have experienced emotional or physical trauma on some level, which can restrict our breathing and capacity to feel.
The resulting body armour & muscular tension can endure for years.

BioDynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release® sessions support you to consciously release trauma and live with greater aliveness, freedom and connection to others.

More info: www.biodynamicbreath.com

 

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Most of us have experienced emotional or physical trauma on some level, which can restrict our breathing and capacity to feel. The result is body armour & muscular tension which can endure in us for years. BioDynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release®(BBTR) sessions support you to consciously release trauma and live with greater aliveness, freedom and connection to others.

BBTRS sessions will leave you with the ability to intimately connect with yourself and others. So you can feel the full range of emotions and sensations you are capable of as a human being and celebrate life to the fullest.

 

Sessions include:

  • An initial discussion helps to support your specific needs
    & overall experience.
  • Continuous deep connected breathing charges up your
    body & sets the pace.
  • Tensions, past experiences & holding patterns in the
    mind/body become activated.
  • A BBTRS® practitioner offers guidance with conscious
    touch & movement to support physical & emotional
    release.
  • Meditation & sharing help to integrate what you
    experience before concluding the session.

 

An average session lasts 90 minutes. It’s best to wear loose-
fitting clothing that supports movement and relaxation and bring drinking water.

         Price : 

Single session: 600kr
Package offer for 3 sessions: 1.500kr

 

About Kavessha: 

Deva Kavessha is a BBTRS practitioner in training. She supports people to find their freedom, connect to their bodies and move deeper into awareness and meditation.

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