“I’ve taken many trainings through the years. Some courses for knowledge, some for contact hours and others for interest of content. This breathwork actually breathed new life into me personally and my practice! For anyone desiring an experience that leaves you wanting more, this is your class.” Terry Spencer, MSW, LCSW, LMBT, CDP
“Profound, grounding and restorative practices”
Date: Fri-Sun, July 14-16, 2023
Times: Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday 10am-5:30pm, Sunday 10am-3:00pm
Location: Live webinar via Zoom (instructions and link to be provided at registration)
NCBTMB CE’s: 15 and open to the public
Training price: $295 early registration price, after 6/23 $395
Instructors: Tracey J. Moon LMBT & Sharon Nash, MA
For the course description: click here
What is breathwork?
“As we navigate this evolving and uncharted territory with the pandemic and uncertainty many are left with feelings of grief, loss and distress. Depression and anxiety are at all time high levels. The breathwork and meditative practices in this course work directly with the nervous system and provide skills and tools to find our way through the turbulence of this time.” Tracey J. Moon, LMBT
Most people don’t breathe properly due to stress, exhaustion, anxiety, depression and posture habits yet our breath is essential to living a happy and balanced life. The breath is the most accurate and instantaneous mirror for how we feel, think and live. By consciously connecting with the breath we regulate the nervous system and metabolize emotions, change and pain in a more skillful way. As we connect with the breath in this inspired way, we move towards more happiness in the heart, ease in the body and pleasure in life. Think of it as a reset to your body, mind and spirit moving more towards optimal mental, physical and spiritual health. You will learn techniques that are restorative, freeing and enlivening.
The benefits of breathwork can include: more clarity, reduced anxiety and depression, increased stress-resilience, increased energy, feelings of more ease and flow in life, decreased physical pain, heightened insight, awakened presence, expanded sense of connection with self and others.
“They were able to make their Zoom class as personal as ‘in person’. I was very impressed! I have never been around instructors who create such a wonderful energy for learning.” 2020 participant
“Thank you for the heart-forward way in which you led the class, your fearlessness in bringing the program to us over Zoom in such an unusual time, and the graciousness with which you led our small community in transformative healing.” November 2020 participant, Durham NC
What is sound healing?
Everything in the universe is in a constant state of vibration, including every bone, tissue, organ and cell in our body. When we are in a state of sound health, all of our body parts are vibrating harmoniously at their optimal or resonant frequency. When our vibration is not in sync with our optimal frequency we can feel out of sorts, imbalanced and depleted. Shamanic sound healing can help bring your vibration back into resonance, thus allowing you to enjoy a state of relaxation, reduced anxiety and tension, and a boost to the immune system.
I’m a massage therapist – can I receive continuing education hours for this training?
Yes. Our Breath, Body & Sound Webinar is NCBMTB Approved and massage therapists will receive 15 CE hours. You will receive a certificate of completion electronically to submit to your state licensing board, professional association or for recertification with the NCBTMB.
How does a live webinar work?
We will provide you a link and instructions for this Zoom webinar once you have registered. The class is “live” meaning that you’ll have opportunity to ask question, interact with the instructors and get feedback about the work. The class will be held over three days with breaks including a one hour lunch break.
The benefits of a webinar are that you can be relaxed at home or in your office. We keep the class size small to provide you an opportunity to interact with us and ask questions.
I still have more questions, how do I get in touch with you?
Please write to one of the facilitators: Tracey at email@example.com or Sharon at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call 919-907-0579. We hope you can join us!