SOMA Breath, a holistic, rhythmic breathwork system that integrates eastern practices of ancient pranayama of India with trypnaural brainwave music and visualization techniques, makes breathing fun,modern, and engaging to the west. Its incorporation of diaphragmatic breathing with the beat of the music allows oneself to be set free and on a journey to our higher selves. Studies show that SOMA Breath scientifically altered brain wave activities of those comparable to psychedelics used by psychiatrists to treat anxiety and depression. What’s more, Soma Breath facilitates breathwork through the nasal passage.
Breathing through your nasal passage, slow and intentionally will not only activate the parasympathetic nervous system (rest and digest), facilitate efficient gas exchange in the lungs, improve cardiovascular health by regulating heart rate variability (HRV), enhance the mind-body connection with
enhanced self-regulation through the activation of the vagus nerve, lower blood pressure, facilitate healthy levels of nitric oxide, and activate cellular repair. What’s more fascinating, breathwork meditations techniques also facilitate the release of trauma from the body.
The body’s response to trauma is a complex interplay of neurobiology, genetics, and environmental factors. Traumatic experiences dysregulate the stress response system, leading to a cascade of physiological changes that impact our overall well-being.