Hello Wellness Seeker,

I am so excited for my upcoming Breathwork Session on 25th Feb 2024!

It’s going to be an extraordinary experience that promises transformation, so secure your spot now incase you haven’t already! Check out my Instagram or Facebook for updates & details. 

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Being thankful midweek helps cultivate a positive mindset and appreciation for the present moment, attracting abundance for the weekend coming ahead.

🙏🏽 Gratitude Practice 🙏🏽

Reach out to someone in your life – loved one, friend, colleague, or client, and express gratitude for trusting you and bringing abundance to your life.

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Ever found yourself caught in the whirlwind of life, yearning for a moment of peace?

Amidst life’s chaotic dance, I find solace in the stillness of child’s pose—a sanctuary where simplicity intertwines with serenity.

As I bow down to the Earth, there’s a profound truth: peace is not found in escaping the storm, but in finding calm within it.

In this gentle embrace with the present moment, I discover the art of grounding myself, like roots firmly planted in the soil of mindfulness.

This pose is not just a physical posture; it’s a metaphor for life—a reminder that, even in the busiest moments, we can carve out a space for tranquility.

So, take a breath, bow to the present, and let the path to peace unfold before you.

I invite you to join the monthly online New Moon Breathwork Experience. Purchase your online tickets here.

In the relentless pursuit of perfection, we often overlook the subtle yet profound ways in which this drive for flawlessness impacts our bodies and minds. Recent research has delved into the intricate correlation between perfectionism and breathing patterns, revealing a fascinating connection that sheds light on the hidden toll of our quest for excellence.

Perfectionism, characterized by the relentless pursuit of high standards and the fear of making mistakes, has long been associated with stress, anxiety, and other negative psychological outcomes. However, the link between perfectionism and physiological responses, particularly breathing patterns, has only recently begun to garner attention.

I invite you to listen to the insightful episode on the Self-Care Goddess Podcast “Empowering Women Through Life’s Changes: Health & Intimacy”

Studies suggest that individuals with perfectionistic tendencies are more likely to exhibit dysfunctional breathing patterns. These patterns may include shallow breathing, rapid breathing, breath-holding, or irregular breathing rhythms. While these behaviors may seem innocuous at first glance, they reflect the underlying stress, tension, and anxiety associated with the pursuit of perfection.

The connection between perfectionism and improper breathing patterns is multifaceted. On one hand, perfectionists may experience heightened levels of stress and anxiety, leading to alterations in breathing behavior. Conversely, dysfunctional breathing patterns can exacerbate feelings of stress and anxiety, creating a vicious cycle that perpetuates the perfectionistic mindset.

I invite you to watch my YouTube video titled “Alternate Nostril Breathing For Anti-Anxiety & Calming Effects”

Moreover, the impact of improper breathing extends beyond psychological well-being to affect physical health as well. Dysfunctional breathing has been linked to a range of health issues, including cardiovascular problems, musculoskeletal disorders, and compromised immune function. By neglecting the importance of proper breathing, perfectionists unwittingly put their overall health at risk.

Recognizing the link between perfectionism and breathing patterns prompts us to reevaluate the price we pay for our relentless pursuit of flawlessness. It challenges us to reconsider the glorification of perfection in a society that often equates success with unattainable standards.

I am a certified Breathwork Facilitator. Connect With Me to know more on the amazing power of breathwork and learn some breathwork techniques than can help you better manage yourself.

So, what can we do to break free from this cycle? It begins with awareness and mindfulness. By tuning into our breath, we can gain insight into our internal state and recognize the impact of perfectionism on our bodies. Practicing techniques such as deep breathing, diaphragmatic breathing, and mindfulness meditation can help restore balance to our breathing patterns and alleviate the physical and psychological effects of perfectionism.