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Restorative Reconnection Breathwork
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What is RRB? 

Restorative Reconnection Breathwork is a breathing modality which includes very slow, deep breathing accompanied by a very gentle, meditative music set. This method is meant to restore your nervous system and turn on the body’s natural healing mode by activating the parasympathetic nervous system.

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What Can I Expect During a Session? 

There are many different types of experiences one may have during a RRB session. These include various physical sensations, sensory experiences, emotional release, visions, spiritual experiences among others. Each session will be different, and although it’s beneficial to be aware of the possible experiences, it’s best to release all expectations for the session. There is a wisdom within that will be guiding your experience which often knows better than your thinking mind.

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Benefits of RRB?

The technique of slow, deep breathing has been around for ages and is a common practice within yoga as well as many other holistic and/or spiritual practices. Having a regular RRB practice can bring a significant, positive shift to your nervous system. This may look like gaining complete mental clarity, no longer being “reactive” to triggers or stressful situations, a major decrease in stress levels, and gaining an overall sense of peace. Along with these shifts, there are various physical benefits that RRB can have on your system including regulating the body’s PH, cleansing the blood, cleansing the lungs of toxins, release of endorphins, and an increase in vitality.

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What's the Science Behind RRB? 

As stated previously, when we take very deep, slow breaths the parasympathetic nervous system is activated. More specifically, a central nerve called the "vagus nerve" is activated. Vagus nerve activation supports many functions of the body, several relating to the body's ability to destress including lowering heart rate, decreasing inflammation, improving digestion, and ultimately supporting the body's natural healing mode commonly referred to as the "rest and digest" state. In other words, consciously taking deep, slow breaths allows our nervous system a chance to shift from a switched on, stimulated state to a restorative state, allowing our body to completely relax and rejuvenate. 

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Is RRB Right for Me?

RRB may be a great option for you if you are hoping to reduce stress levels, gain mental clarity & an overall sense of peace and calm.


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