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Unlock new levels of calm and performance with our comprehensive Breathwork workshops.

Our experienced instructors will guide you through simple yet powerful breathing techniques, helping you to stabilise your breathing and fully realise the benefits of cold exposure.

Whether you’re in the ice bath or the cold immersion pool, these techniques will enhance your experience and give you the tools you need to harness the power of your breath. Don’t miss out on this life-changing opportunity. Book your workshop today and choose from convenient weekday or weekend options.

Breathwork & Ice Baths Benefits Include

Improved mental clarity and focus

Breathwork helps clear the mind and improve focus by increasing oxygen flow to the brain.

Reduced stress and anxiety

Controlled breathing can activate the body's relaxation response, reducing feelings of stress and anxiety.

Enhanced physical performance

Breathwork can increase endurance and help reduce muscle fatigue, leading to improved physical performance.

Increased energy and overall wellness

Controlled breathing can help release tension and increase oxygen flow, providing an energy boost and improving overall well-being.

Deepened relaxation and sleep quality

Breathwork can help calm the mind and promote a deeper state of relaxation, leading to improved sleep quality.

Improved immune system function

Controlled breathing has been shown to boost the immune system and improve its ability to fight off illness and disease.

Alleviated symptoms of depression and PTSD

Breathwork can help release trapped emotions and reduce symptoms of depression, anxiety, and PTSD.

Greater self-awareness and emotional intelligence

Breathwork can help increase self-awareness and emotional intelligence by helping individuals understand and regulate their emotions.

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Transform your mental and physical well-being with the power of breathwork, unlocking a calmer mind, reduced stress and anxiety, and enhanced performance.

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FAQs

Some of our most frequently asked questions

What is breathwork?

Breathwork is a practice that involves using specific breathing techniques to improve physical and emotional health. Breathwork can range from simple breathing exercises to more intensive, dynamic practices that aim to release emotional tension and increase physical energy. The practice of breathwork has been shown to help reduce stress, improve focus, increase energy levels, and boost the immune system.

Breathwork can also be used to facilitate emotional healing and increase self-awareness. It is important to note that while breathwork can provide numerous benefits, it is not a substitute for medical treatment and individuals should speak with their doctor before starting a breathwork practice. Breathwork can be practiced alone or in a group setting, and workshops or classes are also available for those interested in learning more about this practice.

How does breathwork work?

Breathwork works by using specific breathing techniques to bring increased awareness and control to the breath. The breath is a powerful tool that can be used to influence physical and emotional states, and many breathwork practices aim to help individuals tap into this power.

By controlling the breath, individuals can change their state of consciousness and tap into deep inner resources to support physical and emotional healing. Breathwork can also help to increase oxygen flow to the body and brain, which can improve physical performance, mental clarity, and overall well-being.

Additionally, some breathwork techniques involve holding the breath, which can help to release built-up emotional and physical tension. Breathwork can be a powerful tool for self-discovery and personal growth, and can be used to support overall health and well-being.

Is breathwork safe for everyone?

Breathwork can be safe for most individuals, but it is important to consult with a doctor before starting a breathwork practice, especially for those with pre-existing medical conditions or those who are pregnant. Some breathwork techniques can be intense and may cause discomfort or lightheadedness, and individuals should be mindful of their physical and emotional limits while practicing breathwork.

It is also important to find a qualified and experienced breathwork practitioner or teacher to guide you through the practice and ensure that it is done safely and effectively. Breathwork can be a powerful tool for self-discovery and personal growth, but it is important to approach it with caution and seek professional guidance if necessary.

By following safety guidelines and listening to your body, breathwork can be a safe and effective way to improve physical and emotional well-being.

What are the benefits of breathwork?

Breathwork offers numerous benefits for physical and emotional well-being. Some of the most notable benefits of breathwork include:

Reduced stress and anxiety: By controlling the breath and shifting into a state of calm, individuals can reduce stress and anxiety levels.

Improved respiratory function: Breathwork can help to improve lung capacity and overall respiratory function.

Increased energy and focus: Proper breathing techniques can increase oxygen flow to the body and brain, leading to increased energy and focus.

Improved sleep: By shifting into a state of calm and promoting relaxation, breathwork can also improve sleep quality.

Emotional healing: Breathwork can help to release pent-up emotions and promote emotional healing.

Increased physical performance: Improved respiratory function and increased oxygen flow to the body can also improve physical performance.

Better overall health: Breathwork can help to improve cardiovascular health, reduce inflammation, and boost the immune system.

Personal growth and self-discovery: Breathwork can be a powerful tool for self-discovery and personal growth, allowing individuals to tap into their inner resources and achieve a deeper sense of self-awareness.

By incorporating breathwork into your daily routine, you can tap into the many physical and emotional benefits it has to offer.

How can I incorporate breathwork into my daily routine?

Incorporating breathwork into your daily routine can be easy and highly effective. Here are a few simple steps to get started:

Set aside a few minutes each day for breathwork: Dedicate a few minutes each day to practicing different breathing techniques, such as deep belly breathing or alternate nostril breathing.

Make it a habit: Over time, breathwork can become a habit, helping you to reduce stress and promote relaxation on a regular basis.

Practice before sleep: Incorporating breathwork into your bedtime routine can help you to fall asleep faster and enjoy a more restful sleep.

Practice in stressful situations: When faced with stress or anxiety, take a moment to pause and focus on your breath. This can help you to calm down and regain your composure.

Join a breathwork class: Consider joining a local breathwork class or participating in a workshop. This can help you to learn new techniques and deepen your practice.

Use breathing techniques during physical activity: Incorporating breathing techniques into your physical activity routine can help you to improve performance, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being.

Use breathwork as a mindfulness tool: Whenever you feel overwhelmed or anxious, take a moment to focus on your breath. This can help you to shift into a state of calm and achieve a deeper sense of clarity and self-awareness.

By incorporating breathwork into your daily routine, you can tap into its many benefits and transform your physical and emotional health.

How is breathwork different from meditation or yoga?

Breathwork, meditation, and yoga are all practices that promote relaxation and well-being. However, they each have unique differences:

Focus: Breathwork is focused specifically on the breath, while meditation focuses on quieting the mind and promoting inner peace. Yoga combines physical postures, breath control, and meditation to create a holistic practice.

Techniques: Breathwork uses specific breathing techniques to create a specific physiological response, while meditation and yoga utilize various techniques, such as visualization, mantra repetition, and physical postures, to achieve a state of relaxation and well-being.

Time commitment: Breathwork can be done in short bursts, making it a convenient option for those with limited time. Meditation and yoga often require a longer time commitment and more structured practice.

Level of intensity: Breathwork can be intense and transformative, as it has the potential to unlock and release suppressed emotions. Meditation and yoga, on the other hand, are often practiced for their calming and soothing effects.

Physical component: Yoga includes a physical component, while meditation and breathwork are primarily focused on mental and emotional well-being.

Ultimately, each of these practices has its own unique benefits and can be a valuable tool for promoting relaxation and well-being. Whether you prefer breathwork, meditation, or yoga, incorporating any of these practices into your daily routine can help you to achieve a greater sense of peace and happiness.

Can breathwork help with stress and anxiety?

Yes, breathwork has been shown to have significant benefits in reducing stress and anxiety. The way that breathwork works is by helping to regulate the body’s nervous system, which is responsible for regulating our physical and emotional responses to stress. By controlling our breath, we can influence the activity of the nervous system and reduce feelings of stress and anxiety.

Breathwork has been found to have a calming effect on the mind and body. It helps to release tension in the muscles, slow down the heart rate, and reduce the levels of the stress hormone cortisol. It also stimulates the release of endorphins, the body’s natural feel-good chemicals, which can help to lift mood and reduce feelings of anxiety.

Incorporating breathwork into your daily routine can be a simple and effective way to manage stress and anxiety. Whether it’s taking a few minutes to practice deep breathing exercises, or participating in a more structured breathwork session, the benefits of this practice are many and can help to improve overall mental and emotional well-being.

What should I expect in a breathwork session or workshop?

Held on the P3 pool deck, you’ll be coached through optimal breathing techniques to manage stress response and improve performance before immersing yourself in our ice baths and accessing the benefits of cold-water immersion.

Then sit back and relax in our warm baths before enjoying a post class connect with your group. A progressive learning experience for all which will build resilience and an understanding of how to regulate your breathing under duress.

It’s a progressive learning experience for all, which will build resilience and an understanding of how to regulate your breathing under duress.

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