In this episode of the Well Aware podcast, I sit with Lindsay Mueller for a beautifully honest and heart opening conversation. Lindsay and I have quite a few friends in common, and it was such a joy to join her on her podcast. I share a lot about my favorite application for Breathwork, working with the breath and the body as corrective medicine for childhood trauma.
This episode is for anyone:
Interested in breathwork as a practice and/or a career path.
Yearning for a career change but is feeling weighed down by debt and/or years spent learning something else.
Wanting to learn how to increase their self-confidence and self-respect.
Learning to observe their inner critic(s).
Working on setting boundaries.
How I went from being an acupuncturist to a breathwork teacher, despite having $250,000 in student debt.
Why I went all-in on breathwork, of all healing modalities.
How breathwork allows healing through self-resourcing, versus other modalities that outsource healing.
Active versus passive healing.
My teacher David Elliott and his breathwork method
What you can expect physically, emotionally, and mentally during one of my breathwork sessions.
What happened during the exact moment on October 22, 2016, when I realized I am enough.
Gaining clarity around boundaries and the inner process that yielded them.
How I holds myself through difficult experiences.
What happens when you drastically change the pace your life, inviting slowness and space.
Social media hygiene and how I hold energetic boundaries on Instagram to keep the experience fun.
Gabor Mate, a Canadian physician who specializes in addiction and trauma
David Elliott breathwork and trainings