Starting on the 25th January at 11am and from then, each last Thursday of the month!
Elif Clarke is a highly experienced Transformational Breath senior trainer with a background in psychology and trauma-informed therapy. With over 25 years of expertise as an HCPC registered psychologist and BABCP registered psychotherapist, Elif specialises in helping individuals overcome complex, developmental trauma and attachment wounding.Through her intuitive and compassionate guidance, she supports clients in releasing emotional blockages by working directly with the breath and body. Elif’s extensive training in various therapeutic modalities, including EMDR and somatic experiencing, enhances her ability to create a safe and nurturing space for deep healing.
As a senior trainer and teacher of Transformational Breath, Elif has traveled worldwide, providing breathwork sessions in diverse settings such as prisons, hospices, and retreats. Her expertise in psychology and breathwork enables her to facilitate transformative experiences for individuals suffering from trauma-related symptoms, addiction, anxiety, and depression. Elif’s background in yoga teaching and energy modalities further enriches her holistic approach, recognising the interconnectedness of the body, mind, and spirit in the healing process.
With her profound ability to read individual breath patterns, Elif guides clients to tap into their inner wisdom and authentic selves. She believes in the power of the body and breath as a language of healing, providing a somatic experience that bypasses analytical thinking. Through her compassionate approach and extensive experience, Elif Clarke is dedicated to helping individuals access their innate healing capacity and find lasting transformation and well-being.
What will I gain?
– Learn to use your diaphragm for optimal mental, physical and emotional wellbeing
-Get to know your breathing pattern and learn what it means in terms of how you live your life, how you relate to others and to yourself.
-Learn various breathing practices to help you to deal with various psychological and physical challenges.
-Integrate breathing practice into daily life to strengthen your resilience.
-Regulate your nervous system to move from fight/flight/freeze to calmness and peace.
-Release unprocessed emotions which are stored in the body’s cellular memory to integrate, so that you become less reactive and more responsive.
-Gradually within the safety of your body’s tolerance of some sensations, you may become more connected to your body and to your emotions- gently moving from dissociation to connection with yourself and others.
It is important to be aware that we don’t need to strive to gain all of the above. From my own experience of breathing with hundreds of people, you will definitely breath much better than before and will gain the physical and emotional benefits of breathing better. How does it sound? Would you like to breathe better and have more energy?
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