Breathwork may just be the most powerful wellness tool for healing and clearing stuck emotions, and as a support to nervous system repair, and overall embodiment. Explore our full list of recommended breathwork practitioners to discover practitioners who offer 1:1 in person sessions and virtual sessions and below are two Seattle-based teachers we’ve tried and highly recommend, followed by a list of upcoming breathwork gatherings to explore.
Spirited Roots aka Annalise Sullivan is a breathwork and meditation teacher we love who can help you develop your intuitive skills, and support you in unravelling the chaos and challenges in your mind. If your looking for support on your spiritual path, we highly recommend her breathwork gatherings and 1:1 guidance.
Tai Hubbert of Sword & Lotus offers events around Seattle at places like Ritual House and Bala Yoga. She’s got a passionate following, and is a skilled breathwork facilitator. You can also explore her virtual small group intensives, breathwork workshops, and retreats. She also offers 1:1 guidance for those seeking extra personal support.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][vc_column_inner fade_animation_offset=”45px” el_class=”column-right” width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]
Breathwork, like meditation, can be practiced regularly at home and we’ve been really enjoying virtual group breathwork journeys. If you’ve fallen in love with breathwork and want to explore breathwork teacher training, here is a list of four of the breathwork training programs we’ve vetted and recommend.