The 6 Elements of the BioDynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release System (BBTRS)

The 6 Elements of the BioDynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release System (BBTRS)

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Sound

The effects of sound on our nervous system are truly remarkable. It is one of the most powerful and supportive tools we can use in BBTRS sessions. With conscious intention and creative use, vocalization, recordings, and live instrumental sounds are a tremendous resource in sessions.

The effects of sound on our nervous system are truly remarkable. It is one of the most powerful and supportive tools we can use in BBTRS sessions. With conscious intention and creative use, vocalization, recordings, and live instrumental sounds are a tremendous resource in sessions.

Touch

BBTRS® uses conscious touch at many levels, from the body’s energetic field to contact with core muscles. It’s applied with sensitivity to increase awareness and support energy flow.
Understanding how and when to use conscious touch is central to all trainings.

Emotions

Soft emotional release can be part of a BBTRS® session, but not a goal. You are supported to stay present while revisiting deeper feelings and sensations – and to return to your own sense of comfort whenever necessary. This balance is key to the BBTRS® approach. It supports you to release and integrate trauma, rather than simply relive it or become overwhelmed.

Meditation

Meditation is where BBTRS® begins and ends. It’s used to support resonance in the practitioner and integration for the client. It’s also the resting state the mind and body often return to after BBTRS® sessions. Different approaches are used within BBTRS workshops and trainings, from active meditations, to sitting silently in some of the earth’s most sacred places.

Breath

The effects of sound on our nervous system are truly remarkable. It is one of the most powerful and supportive tools we can use in BBTRS sessions. With conscious intention and creative use, vocalization, recordings, and live instrumental sounds are a tremendous resource in sessions.

BBTRS® uses deep connected breathing to charge up the body, activating specific belts of muscular tension and emotional patterns. The sessions are designed in a series to stimulate and rebalance your mind and body from head to toe.

Movement

BBTRS® uses both somatic and creative movement exercises to allow vibration and release held energy in the body’s tissue. This may include fascial opening, core tension release and therapeutic use of dance.
From playful warm-ups, to whole-body shaking, to undulating spinal waves, movement is key to what makes BBTRS® truly transformative.

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“Seeing someone in a breath session, it is clear where the energy in the body becomes stuck – and how it needs to move.”

Giten Tonkov, Founder

 

BioDynamic is different

The BioDynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release System® 6-Element approach empowers your body’s natural process for healing from start to finish, releasing chronic tension and restructuring your systems on a cellular level.

Training in BBTRS will leave you with ability to intimately connect with yourself and others. So you can feel the full range of emotions and sensations you are capable of as a human being and celebrate life to the fullest.

BBTRS® calls on the power of all of the body’s systems. Our 6-Element approach supports your body’s unique needs at any given moment. This creates a flexible and dynamic experience that goes deeper than traditional therapies.

Trauma touches all of us

*US Dept. of Veterans Affairs **Bessel van der Kolk M.D., The Body Keeps the Score

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Reduce symptoms

  • Attention deficit disorder
  • Apnea
  • Anxiety
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Depression
  • Difficulty focusing
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder

  • Physical/emotional pain
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Stress
  • Stress-related medical illnesses
  • Trauma
  • Insomnia

What it supports

  • Physical alignment
  • Aliveness
  • Body awareness
  • Inner balance
  • Connection to others
  • Creativity
  • Spiritual connection

  • Emotional integration
  • Health & well-being
  • Meditation
  • Mental clarity
  • Self-awareness
  • Relaxation

What Professionals Say

Very early on in the first training I realized I'd broken through huge boundaries, and started to see clearly that they were self-imposed.

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Natalie Keany
BBTRS® Practitioner, London

The results I experience with my patients are nothing short of remarkable.

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Yevgeny Fomin
Ph.D. Psychiatry, Psychotherapist, Candidate of Medical Sciences, Moscow Clinic of Department of Presidential Affairs

The loving space that is held by Giten, Nisarga, Chetana, and others, and the practice itself are ripe ground for deep healing, revelation, expansion, and connection.

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Nooraya Sophia Wales
BBTRS® Certified Practitioner & Course Facilitator, USA

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