Clarity Breathwork is a new addition to the modalities that are offered at Studio Britford and sessions/workshops will begin from mid April. Sarah Marten is qualified as a practitioner for both individual and group sessions.
Sarah first came to breath work in 2014 when she attended Bali Spirit Festival and experienced different schools of breath work. She began training in biodynamic breath which uses deep connected breath, activating belts of muscular tension and emotional patterns. She chose to train in a gentler but no less effective breath work, Clarity Breathwork under Dana Delong and Ashanna Solaris.
Clarity Breathwork (formerly known as Rebirthing) is a transformative process of healing. It deeply supports the clearing away of old energies, patterns, conditioning, negative thoughts and emotions and opens the doors wide for new life and greater consciousness. Most of us don’t breathe fully, we hold back the breath and have been doing so most of our lives. When we start to breathe fully and consciously we find a way to release what we have been holding and open to an expansion of consciousness, including greater forgiveness and self-love. As a result, this inner change shifts and improves our outer life.
Clarity Breathwork supports people to release stress and tension, heal and resolve trauma, gain deeper insights into current life issues, and access one’s own internal healing energy, creativity and greater knowing.
Breath opens the energy channels in the body and allows what we have been holding onto to surface and be released. This may be suppressed emotional material, physical blocks in the body, old beliefs structures and identifications, old memories, fight/flight/freeze patterns, and addictions.
What is a session like?
Every session is different. The group sessions are an hour of circular connected breathing practice. The Clarity Breathwork process will help to dissolve the past tensions that are stored on a cellular level and this leads to experiencing more energy and aliveness. At the close of the session, there is an opportunity to share your experience, integrate and understand the process on a deeper level.
Why is a Clarity Breathwork Practitioner Important?
A Clarity Breathwork Practitioner is a professionally trained facilitator who guides your breath in a way that enables the transformational process to occur. The practitioner guides and supports you through the variety of feelings, thoughts, and body sensations you may experience during a session.
How do I begin?
I suggest that you start with a private session. However, if this isn’t possible then the group sessions are very valuable. Please contact me regarding the private sessions. I recommend a minimum of a series of 10 sessions to begin our work together. The frequency of the sessions is usually once a week or every other week. Sometime sessions are spaced further apart if needed. The purpose of committing to a series of sessions is to build a relationship of trust and to maintain that relationship long enough to realise and integrate the cumulative results.
What is different with Clarity Breathwork?
It is a more gentle modality to some other breath work schools. It has been designed so that it doesn’t have to be as cathartic or intense and I have found that the more gentle the more integration we experience. The cathartic model is much more intense with the strong release and then you feel “high”. It doesn’t necessarily change anything. The aim is a fundamental shift in the body towards integration and full embodiment. Many of us feel detached from ourselves. Breathwork helps us be fully present in our body so we can process and integrate the emotional material that has yet to be fully explored and completed. This encourages the body to unravel and release those places where we may be holding onto emotional wounds of a feeling of being stuck so that we become fully conscious and aligned with our higher purpose.
A space is created for the sessions that is based on safety, love, care and devotion. It is only when we feel truly safe that we can surrender to allowing something greater than us to work through us.