ART THERAPY, YOGA, MEDITATION AND BREATHWORK

WHY ART THERAPY?   Art will be incorporated after Ayahuasca as a form of therapeutic expression of each individual’s spiritual journey. As sometimes those experiences are difficult to interpret through language, art will help guide to understanding and express the experiences. Follow-up one and one consultations will be available to go further in-depth with Ryan Joseph who is trained in art therapy.

WHY ART THERAPY?

Art will be incorporated after Ayahuasca as a form of therapeutic expression of each individual’s spiritual journey. As sometimes those experiences are difficult to interpret through language, art will help guide to understanding and express the experiences. Follow-up one and one consultations will be available to go further in-depth with Ryan Joseph who is trained in art therapy.

WHY YOGA?   Yoga is said to be for the purpose of uniting the mind, body, and spirit. This union is a form of balance and it’s what we are seeking to fulfill on the spiritual path. So many of us feel cut off and disconnected from our bodies so a yoga practice can help us to feel connected and embodied once again. Yoga is an excellent accompaniment to a plant medicine diet to help connect the mind to the body and will be offered by certified yoga instructors.

WHY YOGA?

Yoga is said to be for the purpose of uniting the mind, body, and spirit. This union is a form of balance and it’s what we are seeking to fulfill on the spiritual path. So many of us feel cut off and disconnected from our bodies so a yoga practice can help us to feel connected and embodied once again. Yoga is an excellent accompaniment to a plant medicine diet to help connect the mind to the body and will be offered by certified yoga instructors.

WHY MEDITATION?   Guided Vipassana meditation will be practiced to help train the mind. Vipassanā can be cultivated by a practice that includes contemplation and introspection, primarily through awareness and observation of one's bodily sensations. Importantly, awareness and observation of these sensations is de-coupled from any kind of physical response, which is intended to recondition one's impulsive responses to stimuli. Thus, one is less likely to physically or emotionally overreact to the happenings of the world. The practices main objective is to develop insight and will combine beautifully with your spiritual journey.

WHY MEDITATION?

Guided Vipassana meditation will be practiced to help train the mind. Vipassanā can be cultivated by a practice that includes contemplation and introspection, primarily through awareness and observation of one's bodily sensations. Importantly, awareness and observation of these sensations is de-coupled from any kind of physical response, which is intended to recondition one's impulsive responses to stimuli. Thus, one is less likely to physically or emotionally overreact to the happenings of the world. The practices main objective is to develop insight and will combine beautifully with your spiritual journey.

WHAT IS BREATHWORK?   Breathwork is a general term used to describe any type of therapy that utilizes breathing exercises to improve mental, physical, and spiritual health. Many forms of breathwork therapy exist today. Each has its own unique methods of using breath for healing purposes. It draws from Eastern practices like yoga and Tai Chi while incorporating Western psychotherapy techniques. To bring about self-awareness, breathwork can include elements of talk therapy, breathing exercises,  art ,  music , and bodywork.  In general, the goal of any breathwork therapy is to support people in achieving a greater sense of self-awareness and capacity for self-healing. It also helps people work toward overall improvement in mental, physical, and spiritual well-being.

WHAT IS BREATHWORK?

Breathwork is a general term used to describe any type of therapy that utilizes breathing exercises to improve mental, physical, and spiritual health. Many forms of breathwork therapy exist today. Each has its own unique methods of using breath for healing purposes. It draws from Eastern practices like yoga and Tai Chi while incorporating Western psychotherapy techniques. To bring about self-awareness, breathwork can include elements of talk therapy, breathing exercises, art, music, and bodywork.

In general, the goal of any breathwork therapy is to support people in achieving a greater sense of self-awareness and capacity for self-healing. It also helps people work toward overall improvement in mental, physical, and spiritual well-being.