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Virtual  Group Breathwork Sessions

Are you more comfortable at home than a studio? Would you be willing to share your camera in a group setting but mute your microphone to give you some privacy to release in your own space? Virtual sessions may be a good fit for you.

Guided Somatic Breathwork

Feeling overwhelmed, depressed, or anxious? Join our Somatic Breathwork Group from the comfort of your home. Release stress, reconnect with yourself, and embrace our supportive community. Guided music and reflection leave you feeling grounded and grateful.

Char, a mixed race white, Indigenous, and Asian woman with glasses and pink hair, breathing with her eyes closed during a Zoom breathwork session, displayed on a variety of screens including a phone, desktop computer, and tablet. All devices have headphones.
$22 / session

90 minutes

via Zoom

Virtual breathwork sessions (still in a group setting) are great for individuals who may not be comfortable releasing their emotions in person or feel more comfortable participating in breathwork in safety of their own home. Do you identify as someone who:

  • has social anxiety

  • has noise or sensory needs that make it difficult to be around others yelling or making noise

  • has a condition that makes it difficult to leave your home

  • consider yourself an empath and have an extremely difficult time separating your emotions from the emotions and energy of those around you

  • are concerned that the sounds and emotions you release might disturb the experience of others around you (or vice versa) and truly want to feel comfortable enough to let go without being judged

  • was expected to be "seen and not heard" as a child

Virtual sessions might be a good fit for you if so. While we do encourage you to share your screen so that we may coach you as needed, you can mute your microphone to give you the privacy you need to release.


If you aren't certain if a virtual session is a good fit for you, please reach out to us so we can discuss your options. We want you to feel as comfortable as possible so that you get the most out of your session, regardless of what type of session that may be.

Important Notes

What to Have at Home:
Must have:

  • a yoga mat or somewhere you can lay comfortably, with space to move

  • a phone, tablet or computer with Zoom

  • headphones (we find this provides a better experience than speakers)

Nice to have:

  • a water bottle -- not required, but nice if you get dry mouth or a cough during the session

  • a sleep mask -- not required, but recommended if you're sensitive to light or struggle to keep focus during closed-eye activities like meditation

  • a light blanket -- not required, but recommended to have in arm's reach if you get cold easily

  • a small pillow -- not required, but highly recommended if you have chronic back pain or issues with your back Ideally we'd like you to be flat and not use a pillow, but at the end of the day we want you to be comfortable

  • chapstick -- also not required but recommended, you'll thank me later

This Work Is Not For...

A Somatic Breathwork Journey may NOT be a good fit for you if:

  • you are pregnant

OR you have a history of:

  • Cardiovascular problems

  • Heart attacks / Stroke

  • Glaucoma

  • Retinal detachment

  • Osteoporosis

  • Aneurysms

  • Epilepsy or seizures

  • Recent surgery or athletic injury

  • Bipolar disorder, schizophrenia or another severe psychiatric condition requiring antipsychotic medications

OR you are a minor under the age of 18

We do NOT recommend intense stress relief breathwork for any child or teen who has not finished puberty. We adhere to this policy as a safety precaution for children and teens who are still building their sense of self and dealing with the unpredictable bodily changes of hormones. The intense releases that can occur from breathwork can be challenging to process, and we don't want to cause more harm than good to any underage individual. We are more than happy to support the parents of the minor in their breathwork journey so that the child has a stable nervous system to co-regulate with. Thank you for your understanding regarding this policy.

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