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Live Your Life Breathwork Circle

$40Purchase required to enroll
with Tiffany Curren
2-3:30pm, Saturday, February 9

Are you finding that you're feeling stuck? Maybe life is pretty good, but you aren't totally living it to the fullest. I will tell you that the power to grow, transform, and create your dream life is within you. All you’ve got to do is breathe, and allow the energy and barriers that no longer serve you to move out.

Breathwork is a powerful meditation tool. Using a specific and active pranayama to release stagnant energy and blocks that are keeping you from living your authentic life, we will dive deep and find our personal power and healing potential through the breath.

This workshop will begin with a short discussion about how we view our lives, and the messages we replay that are holding us back from really living. We'll take some time to journal and envision the life we want, experience a short guided meditation, and then begin the breath. This class ends with an extended savasana to allow for the process of integration.

The breathwork circle takes on a supportive and safe energy, allowing you to feel your way through your experience with the support of other like minded souls.

Now is the time to let it all go, release other people’s expectations and interpretations of us, and start living our lives wholly and authentically. As my teacher Erin Telford has said, it’s time to “take the brakes off."

Tiffany Curren has been practicing yoga for over 20 years, and breathing techniques since 2008. Her first experience with yoga and spirituality was an unlikely, divine moment at the young age of 5, at an ashram in Connecticut. She was quietly walking when she happened to be stopped by Swami Satchidananda, who lifted her up over his head, smiled, and gave her a new name, Shakti Prema. This experience altered her trajectory and landed her on a path of spirituality based healing modalities. She is a Breathwork facilitator and healer trained under both Erin Telford and David Elliot, and is hoping to teach people how to breathe and meditate, to help them get centered and find peace in their lives. She lives 30 minutes outside of NYC with her husband, kids, and three rescue dogs.