A breath coach works with clients, one-on-one or in small groups, to help them learn different breathing techniques. They teach their clients how to use breathwork to improve their physical and mental health, manifest their goals, heal trauma and step into their infinite potential.
Breathwork is a powerful tool that has been used for thousands of years in various traditions. But, in the modern world, it’s becoming more recognized as a functional practice with real-world benefits. Breathwork is now being utilized by companies like LinkedIn, Google and JP Morgan as well as being endorsed by health organizations such as Harvard Health. This rapid growth has created a massive demand for breathwork coaches.
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The premise of breathwork is that everything that has happened or will happen to us is reflected in our breathing patterns. Dysfunctional breathing patterns can cause imbalances in chemistry, physiology and psychology. Stress and anxiety produces dysfunctional breathing patterns that can affect the quality of our sleep, concentration, focus and immune system. When we work with a breathwork coach, it is common to see that these symptoms are caused by poor breathing habits.
If you are interested in learning how to become a breathwork coach, our 35 Hour Trauma Aware Breathwork & Coaching Training is a self-study course that starts when you enroll. You will start with daily personal breath practice, reflective journaling and coaching basic breath techniques from day one. You will also be using a productivity app to log your coaching and breathwork facilitation practice, which will count towards your certification hours at the end of the program.