Terms of Breathwork & Trauma Healing - Page 2

Connected Breathing

Connected breathing is an open mouth therapeutic breathing technique used in BioDynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release sessions, whereas there is no distinct division between the inhale and exhale. Stagnant energies release and become available for resolution and integration.

Defnition of Connected Breathing

Conscious Touch

In a BBTRS session, the practitioner uses an array of conscious touch techniques as a supporting tool for the activation, charging, discharging, resourcing and integration stages of the session. session.

Defnition of Conscious Touch

Core Tension

Deep muscular and connective fascial tissue structures surrounding our spine and deeper interior of our body are called Core Tissues. Due to stress and past traumatic events we start to build tension around our core muscles.

Defnition of Core Tension

Depression

Occasionally feeling sad or low in mood is normal. Major depression is a medical condition characterized by overwhelming and persistent feelings of depression, difficulty concentrating, loss of enjoyment in activities that were once pleasurable, and sleep disturbances.

Defnition of Depression

Emotional Release

Emotional release is part of the work we do with BBTRS. It means to allow an expression of our emotions that have been brought up to the surface in the context of deep connected breathing in combination with bodywork and body movement.

Defnition of Emotional Release

Energetic Field

The energy produced or emanated by an object or living organism as an electromagnetic field. As any magnetic field it extends a certain distance away from our physical body. We call this electromagnetic filed an Energetic Field.

Defnition of Energetic Field

PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is brought on by witnessing a terrifying, usually life-threatening, event. Severe anxiety, flashbacks, uncontrollable thoughts and nightmares are common symptoms of the illness.

Defnition of PTSD

Somatic

The word Somatic simply means physical body. During trauma release and breathwork sessions we bring the attention to what, how, and where various sensations are felt in the client's body.

Defnition of Somatic
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