Heal your emotions and resolve traumas with somatic breathwork

Do you desire to feel better in every way?

Are you in search of mental healing?

Are you ready to move your life forward but don’t know how?

All of this is possible when you embody the profound healing powers of Somatic Breathwork! Breathwork is a powerful way to transform your life. It is a unique and holistic approach that blends technology with ancient wisdom.

What is Breathwork therapy

Therapeutic Breathwork is the gateway to emotional release and profound healing – physically, emotionally, and psychologically. Through a guided session with a qualified practitioner, you release the burdens of stress, anxiety, and depression. You let go of the emotional pain that is holding you back. You invite a sense of calm and serenity into your body and your life. 

The fundamental premise of breathwork therapy is that intentional and continuous rhythmic breathing can profoundly influence the autonomic nervous system, leading to relaxation, increased oxygenation, and improved mental clarity/sense of wellbeing.

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When should I take part in breathwork therapy?

This is particularly helpful when facing demanding situations or navigating overwhelming emotions. Exploring alternative therapies for mental well-being, such as therapeutic breathwork, becomes crucial when seeking effective tools for managing anxiety, depression, and trauma. For adults navigating the complexities of trauma, breathwork therapy emerges as a valuable resource in the spectrum of trauma therapy.

Beyond stress reduction, breathwork therapy is suitable for those seeking emotional release, making it valuable for individuals dealing with grief, trauma, or intense emotions. The practice can act as a catalyst for personal growth and transformation, supporting your journey toward a more conscious and fulfilled life.

Benefits of somatic breathwork

Some of the benefits that you can experiment thanks to somatic therapy are:

– Stress Reduction:
– Emotional Regulation:
– Physical Health:
– Pain Management:
– Improved Sleep:
– Emotional Release:
– Improved Relationships:
– Panic Attack Management

The History of working with the breath
Breathwork therapy finds its origins in ancient practices in cultures and traditions that understood the profound connection between breath and well-being. In ancient India, the art of Pranayama emerged, a discipline that harnessed controlled breathing techniques to enhance the vital life force known as prana and harmonize the body’s energy. 
Enhancing physical flexibility, mental clarity, and spiritual growth
Taoist traditions in China, Qigong and Tai Chi placed great emphasis on breathwork meditation to align the body’s essential energy, known as Qi. In India, the practice of yoga incorporated Pranayama to not only enhance physical flexibility but also to cultivate mental clarity and foster spiritual growth. Indigenous cultures have harnessed breathwork in their rituals and healing ceremonies, such as Native American sweat lodge rituals that utilize focused breathing to induce altered states of consciousness.
Breathwork in the modern world
Wilhelm Reich and Stanislav Grof. Reich introduced techniques like “orgone therapy,” which explored the therapeutic potential of breath and its connection to emotional well-being. Grof, on the other hand, introduced “Holotropic Breathwork,” a method that allows individuals to access “non-ordinary” states of consciousness through breath control. 

In modern times, various contemporary breathwork modalities have emerged, such as the Wim Hof Method and Transformational Breath. These practices have gained popularity for their ability to improve physical health, aid in stress management, and facilitate personal growth through the intentional and conscious act of breathing.

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Certified Transformational Breathwork Coach

9D Breathwork Facilitator

Certified Hypnotherapist

About Scholarly Changeworks

Greetings and a heartfelt welcome to Scholarly Changeworks! I’m KevinMichael, and I am a Transformational Breathwork Coach on a passionate mission to ignite profound transformations in lives through the incredible power of conscious breath. My purpose is to guide and support individuals on their personal odyssey towards health and wholeness.

I’ve personally witnessed its miraculous effects of somatic breathwork, which have enabled me to conquer the daunting challenges of living with MS. Through my carefully crafted breathwork journeys, I provide a secure space for individuals to surmount obstacles, shatter barriers, and transmute deep-seated traumas into profound healing experiences.

Join me in unlocking the incredible potential that resides within your breath, and let’s embark on a transformative journey together.

While Transformational/Holotropic/Euphoric breathwork has amazing benefit and healing potential, the marriage of ancient and modern breathwork techniques/technology with modern-day audio technology creates the next level of breathwork: The 9D Revolution.

What is 9D Breathwork?

9D Breathwork is a transformative practice that combines ancient breathing techniques with modern therapeutic approaches to facilitate deep healing and personal growth. It is based on the principle that our breath is a powerful tool for accessing and releasing stored emotions, traumas, and energetic blockages within the body. Through conscious and connected breathing patterns, practitioners are guided to journey to explore and address various aspects of their being.

As the participants breathe deeply and rhythmically, they may experience a range of sensations, emotions, and insights. The practice often leads to profound states of relaxation, inner peace, and expanded awareness. Many people report experiencing cathartic releases, profound insights, and shifts in consciousness during and after sessions. By accessing deeper layers of the subconscious mind and connecting with their inner guidance, individuals can release old patterns, fears, and limitations, and step into greater alignment with their true selves.


The breath is our joystick to the nervous system!


Please note that individual experiences with breathwork may vary, and it’s essential to consult with a qualified practitioner or healthcare professional when incorporating breathwork into your routine, especially if you have underlying health conditions or concerns.

A Clinical Report on Holotropic Breathwork in 11,000 Psychiatric Inpatients in a Community Hospital Setting

An education of how we breathe, why we breathe, and how to use the breath to modify our autonomic nervous system