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9D Transformational Breathwork with Nikki Clifton

Experience a new generation of breathwork — artfully engineered sound and breath journeys that catalyze life-changing transformational experiences.

9D breathwork combines cutting edge audio technology with guided vocal coaching, music, subliminal suggestion, frequencies and vibrations that sculpt your neurology. It uses timeless wisdom and modern inspiration with transformational breathwork for a powerful and paradigm-shifting journey into your nervous system that clears trauma and limiting beliefs, and shifts anxiety, depression and negative thoughts, deeply restoring your body to optimum health at a cellular level and ushering in a deep feeling of peace and wellbeing.

As a former practicing acupuncturist, Nikki Clifton is highly trained in the energy systems of the body. She discovered that although acupuncture is highly effective for many types of pain and other “dis-eases,” transformational breathwork is one of the most effective and quickest ways to release blocked energy in the body which has been found to often be the root cause of pain and suffering of the body, mind or spirit. This blocked energy is usually caused by unresolved trauma, negative thoughts, emotions and/or limiting beliefs. Many people discover that even one session of breathwork is as effective as many hours of talk therapy. Discover your authentic self, increase your resilience, ignite your sense of purpose, renew your joy for living and tap into a deep well of energy and vitality.

Breathwork as a treatment is most commonly sought out by people struggling with:
Trauma and PTSD
Patterns of self-sabotage
Chronic pain
Grief and loss
Money blocks
Addiction challenges
Relationship struggles
and more…

Small group 9D breathwork sessions are held every 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 7 p.m., at the Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library. Receive 50% off your first session with coupon code 9D50. Nikki is also available for private sessions for individuals or groups up to 12 people. More info at www.CatalystBreathWorks.com or call Nikki for free 15 minute consultation at 541-398-7414.

Date & Time:

March 14 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library

1757 Ashland St.
Ashland, 97520

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