Never Miss a Beat

Discover the Healing Power of Breath in this Free Live Event!

Saying yes to life can mean many things.
It can mean accepting where you are in this moment. It can mean having an awareness of and accepting the things you can\’t change. It might mean embodying those feelings and embracing that you have the power within you to feel, release and transform your feelings. It can mean letting go of expectations and going with the flow. Acknowledging that it\’s safe to become vulnerable and open yourself up. Creating trust without controlling the outcome.
Join founder Audrey Press founder and CEO, Valarie Budayr, on April 11th to celebrate World Breathing Day where we come to align, embody, and transform using the one thing all of us have, our breath. We\’ll use our breath to acknowledge our blessings and give thanks for them.
Go here to register. get the details and notifications, and access to the Zoom link for this free live event.


Benefits Of Breathwork {An Excerpt from Valarie\’s book Thrive: Living A Self-Healed Life}


1. Improves Immunity & Reduces Inflammation

A fast-breathing pattern stimulates the immune system and decreases our inflammatory response. In today’s world, most people have unconsciously developed chronic inflammation, which is the starting point for many diseases such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, arthritis, blower diseases and non-alcoholic fatty liver. Lowering our inflammation is hugely beneficial for overall health.

2. Builds Resilience

As we drop our cortisol levels through our breathwork, it creates strength and resilience in different body systems such as the immune, respiratory, and cardiovascular systems. Each time you do breathwork, it’s like lifting weights and training your muscles. You get stronger each time you do a session.

3. Makes You Happy

No kidding, right? We’re all happy to be breathing, but more than that, science is proving that doing breathwork can affect pleasure neurotransmitters like dopamine, and serotonin. People who practice breathwork report having greatly improved moods.
The first time I did a breathwork session with activated breathing patterns, I went in without any expectations. I had

the most incredible experience. I felt extreme joy and happiness in every cell of my body, and I continue to feel it in my ongoing practice.

4. Helps in Reversing Chronic Illness

I have seen many witnesses and testimonials of people who have reversed their chronic illnesses, such as multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, Lyme disease, and other autoimmune-related paralysis, type 2 diabetes, depression, and anxiety. I have suffered from both depression and psoriatic arthritis, and I can attest that breathing has been a major catalyst in my healing.

5. Improves Attention and Mental Health

When we breathe from our diaphragm, also known as diaphragmatic breathing, it improves our attention and reduces stress levels. In 2017, the NIH did significant studies that show diaphragmatic breathing significantly decreases negative self-talk and self-image.

Go here to register. get the details and notifications, and access to the Zoom link for this free live event.

If you have any questions, please let me know.  I look forward to seeing you there. ~Valarie