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Breathwork & Emotional Release

Experience the transformative potential of Emotional Release Therapy, combined with the power of breathwork.

This innovative technique is designed to guide deep-seated emotions beyond mental barriers, fostering a profound connection with the wisdom held within your body.

 

This approach aims to restore your sense of dignity and wholeness as you navigate through this healing journey.

 

By reshaping your relationship with these profound emotions and incorporating intentional breathwork, Emotional Release Therapy offers the potential for dramatic healing across mental, physical, and spiritual realms.

 

Discover a path to holistic well-being and emotional freedom with this empowering and deeply insightful therapeutic method.

What is Emotional Release?

Neo Emotional Release provides you with the freedom to uncover the depths of your most suppressed emotions. It offers an opportunity to delve into your emotional being and embrace even the most unwelcome feelings within a secure environment led by a well-trained facilitator.

 

The distinctive element of this method lies in the combination of human presence, verbal guidance, profound breathing techniques, psychosomatic bodywork, and subconscious visualization. This holistic approach allows you not only to acknowledge and release emotions but also to incorporate your newfound understanding into your day-to-day life, enabling you to break through any existing barriers hindering your progress.

What does a session look like?

Every Session is a unique and individual journey. 

What you will encounter is the act of unconditional human presence and acceptance for who you already are. 

 

As you embark on this profound inner journey, you will gradually observe and nurture a deeper connection with yourself.

 

Areas

  • Stress reduction, burnout prevention, and management

  • Increased mindfulness and self-awareness

  • Relaxation, anxiety relief, and emotional balance

  • Addressing unresolved trauma and promoting healing

  • Integration of past experiences and promoting overall well-being

  • And much more....

Stress and the suppression of emotions is THE SAME THING

Various parts of the body react to stress, with a notable player being the jaw. The tension in your jaw can prevent certain emotions from surfacing, effectively acting as a barrier to emotional overload. This physical response is like hitting a mute button on your feelings.

Research in psychomotor development has shown that muscle tension plays a significant role in emotional regulation. By tensing our muscles, we can actually dial down uncomfortable emotions.

In the practice of Neo Emotional Release, the underlying causes of this physical tension are directly targeted through a range of therapeutic approaches, including hypnotherapy, osteopathy, breathwork, bodywork, and more.

 

These modalities work together to create a life-changing, transformative process at the forefront of psychosomatic healing.

Neck Tension:
Uncovering Hidden Emotions

The neck is a highly sensitive area that can feel stiff and painful not just from physical strain but from underlying emotions like fear and anger.

 

It serves as a significant indicator of our fear surrounding communication and the expression of our true thoughts and emotions.

Acting as a conduit between the head and heart, the neck determines whether our voice is empowered or stifled.

Often, neck tension reflects unspoken words and the suppression of various emotions such as joy, sadness, lust, or anger.

This suppression is typically rooted in a fear of conflict, rejection, or judgment, which leads to an inability to authentically speak our truth.

Specific neck muscles tend to tighten when we feel judged or mistreated by individuals we perceive as having authority over us. This can trace back to conflicts with figures of authority in childhood, which later might manifest in struggles with teachers, bosses, or other authority figures.

Neck tension may indicate an internal dynamic where one feels like a victim, misunderstood, and constantly battling for acknowledgment and understanding. Many individuals struggle with identities built on people-pleasing, conflict avoidance, or hiding their true selves, reinforcing the body's tendency to constrict further.

Continuously suppressing these emotions not only depletes our physical energy but also perpetuates a cycle of victim mentality.

While temporary relief can be found through methods like stretching or massage, true resolution requires addressing the root emotional causes behind the suppression.

 

This involves acknowledging and expressing the feelings and situations that contribute to this pattern.

Take a moment to reflect on:

  • What words are you holding back, and how is this affecting your neck?

  • In what ways are you caught in cycles of feeling undervalued, disrespected, and judged?

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