Shortness of breath, feeling of pressure on the chest, tight (breathing) muscles, bad posture, fatigue, back pain, hypersensitivity, exhaustion, sleeping disorders, anxiety and fears
Mental agitation, intense emotions and physical changes affect breathing and are also reflected in breathing behavior. If such breathing dysfunctions occur over a longer period of time, the natural breathing potential is reduced and the body and brain are no longer supplied with sufficient oxygen. This results in tension, blockages and states of exhaustion in the physical, mental and emotional spheres.
Breath therapy works with dialogue, body touch and exercises and aims at regaining the natural rhythm
of breathing, achieving a better body awareness and creating a balanced body tension. In addition, breath therapy also promotes personal self-confidence and social competence by expanding the physical and mental experience.