Breathwork and Bungees

Date and Time:
Wednesday, August 28th, 2019, 5:15 PM – 6:30 PM
Located at Camp:
Yabba Dabba Do Me
Yabba Dabba Do Me


Breathwork is a simple breathing technique that assists in processing trauma, developing healthier thought patterns, and creating a new perspective on old behavior. This two-stage rhythm helps calm the brain and allows participants to experience a more tangible connection to their bodies. This practice allows participants to become more aware of buried emotion and deep-seated trauma while identifying the necessary steps toward healing those wounds. Because breathwork doesn’t depend on conscious thought, it is able to successfully circumnavigate the defense mechanisms and roadblocks typically encountered during conventional talk therapy and, often after just one session, participants are able to see and feel the nurturing effects.

Breathwork isn’t magic, though it sometimes can feel exactly that. This breathing techniques ultimately distracts the mind long enough to provide participants with a respite from its incessant chatter and desperation to “figure it all out.” Results vary from person to person, but most clients report a reduced level of anxiety, a sense of being consciously present and connected, and in many cases having had “a spiritual experience” — often for the very first time. Self-judgment is reduced, self-love is achieved, and most importantly, participants gain awareness that they have the power to generate the same sense of relief that they had previously only been able to find by using ineffective coping mechanisms.