This module will further develop the assessment and tracking skills of facilitators with an experiential approach to the psychophysiology of disordered breath patterns. Students will learn how to support clients as they reestablish functional breathing mechanics as part of their integrative maintenance between private Nūma Breathwork Sessions.
After this 5 day training, you will be able to:
explain and model an open healthy breath to clients and explain how this is achieved in the context of somatic breath therapies
recognize disordered breathing behaviors that occur before, during or after a Nūma Breathwork session
identify the possible role and effect that breathing behavior has on the client's mechanics, physiology and psychophysiology within the context of the current session
lead the client through simple self-assessment tools to identify disordered breathing or mechanical restriction
explain, mirror and explore the existing behavior with the client
explain, mirror and explore functional breathing mechanics and behavior to the client
construct a specific home learning plan to support integration of the private session with measurable goals identified by the client
lead a 90 min group class for basic functional breath retraining.
The total hours of training (50 hours) include the five (5) day in-person training (40 hours) and 10 hours of home studies.
9am to 6pm, daily
**Note: Training schedules may vary by event. An updated training schedule will be sent out to registrants with course logistics approximately one month prior to the training.**
Training Cost: $1195 + tax
Training Supplies: Optimal Breathing Kit (Approx. $100)
Reading List: TBA
Completion of Level 3 of the Nūma Breathwork Facilitator training.