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Pneuma Trance®

Welcome to a journey of self-discovery and transformation with our Pneuma Trance® Breathwork experience.

Pneuma Trance® comes etymologically from the Greek pneuma "a breath, a wind, a gust; breathed air, and from the Latin transire "to cross, pass, pass, rush, pass", and/or trans "through, beyond".

 

Our world is full of noise and stress, and it can be difficult to find time to connect with our true essence. Here I am proud to present one of our most unique and impactful services: Pneuma Trance®.

Pneuma Trance® is a therapeutic approach that uses deep and accelerated breathing techniques, evocative music, and bodywork to help you enter expanded states of consciousness. Inspired by ancient traditions and supported by modern scientific research, this method is based by Holotropic Breathwork that was developed by renowned psychiatrist and psychotherapist Stanislav Grof and his wife Christina and the Rebirthing method created in the 1970s by Leonard Orr.

 

Why Pneuma Trance®?

Pneuma Trance® is a powerful tool for self-discovery and healing through "non-ordinary states of consciousness". This introspective journey allows you to access your subconscious, release repressed emotions, explore patterns of behavior, and release emotional blocks. The benefits of this service are countless and include:

Emotional Healing: Facilitates the release of trauma and repressed emotions, which can lead to improved mental and physical health.

Increased self-awareness: Provides a deeper knowledge of oneself and allows individuals to discover and understand patterns of behavior and limiting beliefs.

Spiritual development: Offers the opportunity to explore deeper dimensions of consciousness, discovering a greater connection with the inner self and the universe.

Creativity and problem solving: Many participants report increases in creativity and the ability to find solutions to problems that previously seemed intractable.

Our focus

The Pneuma Trance® system are carefully designed to provide a safe, supportive and loving environment. We guide you through this internal journey in a delicate and respectful way.

We start each session with a detailed introduction and orientation to prepare you for the experience. Then, I'll guide you through a deep breathing session accompanied by evocative music to help you enter states of expanded consciousness, followed with hypnosis inductions that will help you to relax and heal,  Finally, we provide a time to recover, share experiences, allowing you to process and understand what you have experienced.

Start your journey today

Whether you are looking to heal old wounds, deepen your self-knowledge, or simply experience a new and transformative form of meditation,Pneuma Trance® is waiting for you.

Let me guide you on this journey of self-discovery and transformation. Start your journey today and discover the wonders of your mind and the peace that comes from understanding who you really are.

Please, do not hesitate to contact us for more information or to book your first session.

Pneuma Trance®, draws on scientific concepts from psychology and psychiatry, as well as traditional healing and spiritual practices from cultures around the world.

 

From a scientific perspective, Pneuma Trance® could be considered a form of exposure therapy, in which the person safely comes to grips with emotions and memories that they have been avoiding or repressing. This type of therapy has been shown to be effective for a variety of mental health disorders, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumas, and anxiety.

 

Additionally, science has shown that deep, rhythmic breathing, such as that used in Pneuma Trance®, can have a number of positive effects on the body and mind. This form of breathing can activate the parasympathetic nervous system, which is the part of our nervous system that helps us relax and restore our balance after a stressful experience. Studies conducted have also found that deep breathing can reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety.

 

In addition, music, which is a central component of Pneuma Trance® sessions, has also been studied for its ability to impact human psychology. Studies have shown that music can affect our mood, our emotions, and even our perception of time. Music has also been found to have a positive effect on reducing stress and anxiety.

 

It is important to note that although Pneuma Trance® can be beneficial for many people, it is not suitable for everyone. People with certain medical conditions, such as heart disease or respiratory problems, as well as those with certain psychological disorders, such as schizophrenia, may not be suitable for this type of therapy. It is always important to seek the advice of a mental health or medical professional before beginning any new therapy or wellness practice.

 

Additionally, while science has backed many of the techniques and principles used in Pneuma Trance®, more research is still needed to fully understand its effects and efficacy. As with any therapy, what works for one person may not work for another, and it is important to work with an experienced therapist and tailor therapy to each person's individual needs.

"Pneuma Trance® Breathwork is a prolonged, voluntary hyperventilation procedure, might be useful in treatment of common psychiatric conditions such as anxiety and depressive disorders."

Pneuma Trance is a therapeutic technique that seeks to generate a change in the state of consciousness of people. It is based on the idea that hyperventilation, that is, breathing deeply and quickly for a prolonged period, can produce different and particular levels of consciousness. This technique causes a lack of oxygen through hyperventilation, this drop in oxygen levels is what gives rise to an altered state of consciousness.

Symptoms of hyperventilation are lightheadedness, dizziness, weakness, chest pain or fast, pounding heartbeat, belching or swelling, muscle spasms in the hands and feet, numbness and tingling in the arms. . . . or around the mouth, and even fainting

 

While the work of breathing is actually when we inhale more oxygen. It has been scientifically proven that breathing relieves stress, relaxes the brain, produces more alpha waves, which are associated with feelings of calm and relaxation, stimulates our immune system and naturally increases dopamine and serotonin levels, alkalinizes the PH of the blood , it has incredible anti-inflammatory abilities, it produces catharsis (the process of releasing emotions such as fear, anger or sadness), it can also reduce the size of the amygdala, which promotes stress-reducing effects (The amygdala is the part of the brain that detects if you are in danger and activates the fight or flight response).

Remember that the client is always in control of the mechanism that drives the depth of the process: breathing. No one is forced to go deeper than he wishes.

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