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Interested in working with me? Below are some frequently asked questions that may help you in your decision making process.
Yes. I am a certified SOMA Breath® breathwork instructor (level 2).
Breathwork is generally safe for most individuals when practiced responsibly and with appropriate guidance. However, it’s important to approach breathwork with caution and be mindful of your physical and mental well-being.
It’s recommended to work with a qualified practitioner, understand your personal health conditions, respect your body’s limits, be mindful of your breathing patterns, and prioritize emotional and psychological well-being. If you have a history of trauma or emotional instability, consult a trained professional for support.
After a breathwork session, allow time to integrate the experience and engage in self-care practices, such as resting, journaling, grounding activities, or seeking support from a therapist or supportive community.
Remember that everyone’s experience with breathwork can be different, so prioritize your well-being and listen to your body’s signals. By practicing responsibly and seeking guidance when needed, breathwork can be a powerful tool for personal growth, self-awareness, and well-being.
Breathwork is NOT advised if you have a known cardiac arrhythmia (including very slow heart rate), a history of heart block, or are taking certain antipsychotic medications.
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.
If you have chronic pain, you could experience your chronic symptoms arise during a session.
If you are experiencing the following health conditions, you should consult your physician before participating in a breathwork session:
• recent severe concussions (still experiencing regular nausea, dizziness, vomiting, vertigo)
• severe depression
• current psychosis
• recent pneumothorax
• severe or acute heart conditions
• severe or acute respiratory conditions
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.
Before beginning a breathwork session with Jason Samadhi, you’ll be asked read and acknowledge the Breathwork Liability Waiver.
Wear comfortable clothes. Yoga style clothing is perfect.
Don’t eat 2 hours before. All breathwork techniques should be done on an empty stomach, either in the morning before breakfast after rehydrating with water, or at least 2 hours after eating a full meal.
Get comfortable. Begin the session by making sure you’re comfortable, in a quiet place where you will not be disturbed.
Wear headphones. If you have headphones to use during an online session, you’ll have a better experience hearing the music and my voice.
Intermittent hypoxic training (ITC)? Please be advised, there are some cases where holding the breath or even breathwork as a whole is not advised. Breathwork and Intermittent Hypoxic Training (IHT) is contraindicated.
Acknowledge the liability waiver. Before scheduling a healing session, you’ll be asked to confirm you acknowledge the breathwork liability waiver.
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Do not eat two hours before (to get full effect of medicine).
Wear comfortable clothes—yoga style clothes are perfect.
Bring your own yoga mat (one will not be provided).
Location is near CTM & 5th Ave—exact location details provided by email after registration.