The interview is with Diana Media, who trained under Stanislav Grof one of the founders of Holotropic Breathwork, you will not want to miss this wonderful interview with Diana,
Holotropic Breathwork® is a powerful approach to self-exploration and personal empowerment that relies on our innate inner wisdom and its capacity to move us toward positive transformation and wholeness. Acknowledging, accessing and supporting the inner healing intelligence and impulse in each individual is the essential cornerstone of this approach.
Diana Medina is a senior teacher of the Grof Transpersonal Training staff since 1999. Diana has taught modules and led workshops independently in Colorado, New Mexico, New York and India, as well as working closely with Stan Grof and Tav Sparks at training modules in the U.S., Spain, Ireland, England, South America and Mexico. Diana began her personal breathwork journey in 1993 and was certified in 1998. She lives in a high altitude mountain farming community in southern Colorado and it was in this community she grew up surrounded by a large family deeply embedded in the importance of nature, community and spirituality.
Diana has practiced medicine in the specialties of pediatrics and family practice for over 20 years. Recently she has began practicing craniosacral therapy as an adjunct to her interest in holistic healing practices.
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Do not practice this breathwork during pregnancy, or if you are epileptic. People with cardiovascular issues, or any other serious health conditions, should always consult a medical professional before starting breathwork. These breathing exercises are a guide only, you should always listen to your own body and not push yourself, if you feel unwell STOP. Never practice breathing exercises before or during diving, driving, swimming, taking a bath, or in any other circumstance where the loss of consciousness could result in bodily harm. Deep breathing may cause tingling sensations, a ringing in the ears, and/or light-headedness. These are normal responses and are no cause for alarm. If you faint, however, you have gone too far and should take it more slowly next time.
Top Books on Breathing and Breathwork:
✅ Wim Hofs new book "The Wim Hof Method" https://geni.us/EBJR
✅ James Nestor's Book 'Breath The New Science of a Lost Art' here: https://geni.us/c1CK
✅ Anders Ollson Book: "Conscious Breathing" here: https://geni.us/9mjmz7
✅ Belisa Vranich "Breathing For Warriors" here: https://geni.us/J7QjBc
✅ Belisa Vranich "Breathe" here: https://geni.us/G5q8Be
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