Breathing & Meditation


Every cell in your body inhales oxygen and exhales carbon dioxide.

Breathing is so important because our cells constantly need a fresh supply of oxygen so they can produce energy. Without it cellular function is impaired leading to cell damage or death.

Using Indian pranyama techniques, ancient Chinese techniques and more modern gentle apnea techniques (used by free divers) we can maximise our breathing technique and apparatus – nose, throat, lungs & diaphragm.


Training the mind to focus on one thing at a time.

It is a focused and spacious mind that draws energy (Qi) to the core of the body, allowing it to work on it’s natural repair & maintain functions.

Yin/Restorative yoga creates the perfect foundation for beginning a meditation practice.