Healing and Integrating Birth Experience

Healing and Integrating Birth Experience

Integrating life-affirming thoughts, nourished by the breath, we create conditions which enable the release of life – diminishing ideas and beliefs. How we arrive into life can be a template for how we experience relationships and what it’s like to be in a body. When we consider we had an experience at the start of life, supporting choice in decisions we may have made becomes an essential task. With the support of the breath and it’s connection to health we can open to a powerful creativity.

Breathwork, in a safe physical, psychological and spiritual setting, can be a helpful method for approaching aspects of our experience learned pre-verbally. Conditions are created in the session that help us release choices we may have made from survival motivation and integrate life-affirming realties. An hour-long counselling session allows a refinement of the intention for the breathe. The breath session of approximately 45 mins, lying on a couch, with time to speak afterwards completes the session.
This is time for you to deeply support yourself. We work to orient to and nourish life-affirming experience, action and results. Sessions are 2-2.5 hours in duration.

Who is it for?
If you are curious to support your own powerful creativity at any stage of life, heal problematic early life patterns and imprints, or are preparing for pregnancy, birth or handling parenthood, then this work is for you. People from all walks of life benefit from the inclusive scope of this work.

Breathwork Cost: £180.00 per (up to) 2.5hr session.

Background to breathwork.
The form of breathwork I practice is SOURCE Process and Breathwork, created and developed by Binnie A Dansby.  I am a graduate of The SOURCE Process and Breathwork Training (2003-2006) along with several other trainings in birth-oriented psychology as well as Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. This work forms the basis of my work in this area. I have worked with Binnie A. Dansby co-leading a training in Pre and Perinatal Psychology in London 2019-2021. See this website for some great material: