It is so important to engage in inner work for outer change. Jayne guides you through a practice to tune into climate anxiety, build collective energy, and create a field for healing.
Breath Style : Three Part Breath
Join Jayne Ebner for a breathwork practice that offers a full cellular reset while building inclusive community and connection. This practice is an opportunity to explore non-ordinary states of consciousness consciously. In this liminal space the breath allows us to release stuck and suppressed negative emotions and trauma in the body to make space for healing to occur. Through breathwork we can touch feelings of deep self-love, bliss and unity consciousness, an embodied sense of oneness that we are all connected.. Tears, laughter and unexpected feelings and emotions often surface as we move through layers of conscious and unconscious programming, patterns and behaviors.
Benefits of breathwork:
Decrease in anxiety, fear, anger, depression
Improved immune and lung strength
Increase in creativity
About Your Guide :
As a dancer and yogi, Jayne’s heart likes to express itself through the physical body. She sees breath as the vehicle into our inner worlds. After all, breath, emotion and energy are all sensed and felt through the physical body. She believes our only task in life is to witness and observe our experience and to create meaningful connections with others along the way. Her sense of groundedness and inner joy tend to naturally empower those around her to freely express themselves and be in their beingness.
Jayne is 200 hr YTT Certified through Kula Yoga Project under the care of Nikki Vilella, and has participated in Conscious Embodiment and Breathwork Trainings with such notable teachers as Erin Telford, David Elliot and Zach Dacuk. She is Head of Content at Frequency.
When she is not leading breathwork, she is cooking for her loves or attending dance parties all over planet earth.