“Breath is the bridge which connects life to consciousness, which unites your body to your thoughts”

Thich Nhat Hanh

Restorative Breathwork

Drawing on a fusion of ancient practices, modern techniques and restorative rituals to help you unlock the full potential of your breath for physical, mental and emotional well-being.

Restoring breathing patterns to enable the body to function in its ideal state.

Practices and tools to help with the complexities of life, such as anxiety, stress, sleep problems, pain, digestion issues etc…to create more harmony and balance.

“Ultimately, this is not about simply breathing; it is about finding a deep connection to our inner life”

Eddie Stern



Tuesdays 10am
Wednesdays 6pm

South Brent, Devon

Solo Retreats

For Women...

Dartmoor, South Devon

Private Sessions

South Devon
In Person & Online



Breath-Body-Mind™ is a program of evidence based ancient and modern practices developed by Dr Patricia Gerbarg and Dr Richard Brown, pioneers of Integrative Mental Health. This unique fusion of ground-breaking techniques are centered around breathwork alongside movement and meditation which is drawn from Qigong, Yoga, Buddhist Meditation, Orthodox Christian monks, martial arts, Open Focus Attention Training and modern neuroscience. Their practices have been shown to over-come stress, boost energy, focus your mind, enhance physical fitness, improve sleep and enhance connection to oneself and with others.

Coherent (Resonance Frequency) Breathing

Coherent/Resonance Frequency breathing is one of the best and easiest ways to make a profound difference to your health and happiness by increasing heart rate variability (HRV) and balancing the stress-response systems.

When our breath becomes more coherent, our HRV becomes more coherent and then every system in our body becomes more coherent. With everything working more optimally we build resilience enabling us to recover and rebound from challenging events. Everyone has the capacity to increase the strength, balance and resilience of the nervous system.

Slow breathing techniques have been known for centuries and are found in Yoga, Qigong and Buddhist meditation.


Qigong is an ancient Chinese mind-body-spirit practice and one of the four main branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which is based on the understanding that we have life energy (qi) flowing through our bodies feeding our organs and cells. Qigong is a moving meditation combining gentle movement with breath and awareness to cultivate this flow of energy through the body.

Thousands of studies have shown Qigong to improve one’s mental and physical health helping with many issues from high blood pressure to chronic illness and mental stress.

“Because breathing has such a strong impact on our thoughts and feelings, it provides a portal through which we can send messages through our own nervous systems to quiet our minds, reduce defensive over-reactivity, and enable us to feel safe, close, loving and loved.”

Dr Patricia Gerbarg

CNM Nutritional Therapist