Breathwork Course & Training
Breathwork is a powerful tool that can be used to rewire your brain, habits, and thinking patterns. WeBreathe is a ideal for those seeking to dive deeper into breathwork with the intention of a deeper more structured practice, teaching/coaching breath, or incorporating in your business offerings
(ie. Therapists, Coaches, Wellness Instructors, Business owners)
In this 6-week online breathwork training, you will learn about the science, psychology, and practices of ~15 breathwork techniques. You will also learn how to implement breathwork in your daily rituals, recommend and demonstrate breathwork for your clients, friends, or family members, and regulate emotions and self-control with breathing techniques.
The will be weekly modules containing science, psychology and break down weekly assigned breath work techniques as well as reviews and homework. In the course, you will find breathwork demonstrations, practices, written techniques and tips as well as science/psychology for each practice.
A willingness to learn and practice breathwork ~10-15 mins daily
Interest in familiarizing yourself with science and research of Breathwork
A laptop, desktop computer or smart phone for the Breathwork App
A quiet place to practice breathwork
Regulate your emotions and self-control with breathing techniques.
Reprogram your brain to break free from anxiety, pain patterns & insecurity
Recommend and demonstrate breathwork for your clients, friends, or family members
Opportunity to book 1-1s post training at a discounted rate
The cost of the training is $427.
To apply, please fill out the application form below. Applications are required for the course and training.
Limited Availability per sessions
Certificate of Completion & Breathwork Badge:
Course & Teacher Training
Continuing RYT education credit
Your Provider & Instructor:
Yoga Loft Manhattan Beach
Lull Health and Wellness Private Practice
Natasha Baillères, M.A.,M.Ed.
Graduate School of Counseling & Clinical Psychology, Columbia University
Graduate School of Education and Psychology, Pepperdine University