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Guided Rhythmic Breathwork Meditation

The power and effects of ancient healing practices are so profound. Meditation and breathwork gave me my power back. It has allowed me to focus, heal my body and unlock the deep creativity that so badly desired to be born from the depths of my soul.

As a music producer and DJ for over a decade, like many artists, I placed my passions over my health. So many of us think the two are separate, when rather them being two unified pieces of a greater whole in regards to performance in life. Just as they say on airplanes to put on your own oxygen mask before assisting others, we need to prioritize self care in our lives to keep our vessel full and vibrant with energy. Over the years, I’ve taken my love for bass music and began to incorporate personal guided meditations over my tracks.

It has taken years before I could begin sharing this side of me with you all. It is a vulnerable place to be in when you’ve spent the past decade sharing limited aspects of one’s self. I am deeply honored to walk this path with you. Thank you for participating in this healing practice with me. It is sacred and it is yours to access whenever you need it.

Tap deep into yourself with my new Return To Sound Guided Rhythmic Breathwork Meditation track.

Meditative bass music optimized with healing low frequencies and theta waves to rhythmically guide your breathing.

This breathing method is inspired by Wim Hof, which utilizes a specific pranayama that he adopted from a yogic breathing technique that originated centuries ago in India.

This is my daily practice. I share it with you in hopes that you use it to tap into your own reservoir of life force energy.

Breathe with us 🌬


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Music produced by Shivarasa f.k.a. Shiva

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Contraindications for Breathwork:

Please make sure you are sitting on the flat surface with nothing around you. If at any point you are feeling light headed and dizzy place your hands on the ground in front of you for support. Breathwork can result in intense physical and emotional release. Therefore, it is not advised for persons with a history of cardiovascular disease, including angina or heart attack, high blood pressure, glaucoma, retinal detachment, osteoporosis, significant recent physical injuries or surgery.

Breathwork is not advised for persons with severe mental illness or seizure disorders or for persons using major medications. It is also unsuitable for anyone with a personal or family history of aneurysms. Pregnant women are advised against practicing Breathwork without first consulting and getting approval from their primary care physician. Persons with asthma should bring their inhaler and consult with their primary care physician.


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