My name is Monika. Earlier in my life, I was painfully aware of a split between possibility and reality. I tried changing outer circumstances, only to discover that it was a self-perpetuating maze of mirrors.
My first encounter with Breathwork was sensational. I experienced myself as a complete and all-encompassing presence.
As soon as the effects of a non-ordinary state of consciousness subsided, my perception split into “out there” and “in here”; and my body appeared to be in the way of experiencing this lightness and freedom, as if I was not able to embody these high frequencies within its dense confines.
I continue doing regular Breathwork, clearing trauma and limiting conditioning from my cellular memory. I live from greater ease, joy, and abundance, shifting context rather than the content of my life, and I use my body as a doorway for transformation.
This practice of awakening to human potential gives me faith in the possibility of a harmonious co-existence on this precious planet, and I’d like to show you what I have learned.
We find ourselves amid a changing world that beckons us to follow our calling, and I believe that each of us holds authentic gifts waiting to be actualised.
Breath is a readily available, reliable tool that connects us quickly to our deep inner knowing and inspires us to live from coherence and synchronicity while integrating any part of ourselves.
It is my calling to remind you how to utilise your incredible potential.
Monika has over 25 years of experience in Pranayama (breath control) and body/mind practices, specialising in the field of body intelligence
”I hold a diploma in therapeutic massage, and I have studied with a number of renowned Breathwork academies.
The transformation I witnessed through Breathwork led me to embrace this practice professionally.
As a certified Breathwork facilitator I help people to safely liberate from trauma and limiting beliefs. The effects are increased physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing. Personal potential can be accessed and developed with greater ease.”
Of Czech/German parentage, Monika travels globally, facilitating Breathwork with individuals, couples, groups, and companies
“Your task is not to seek for love,
but merely to find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it”
– Rumi –
Breathwork is a dynamic body-mind practice which promotes awareness with the intention of enhancing inner peace, health, wellbeing.
It is suitable for anyone interested in powerful, experiential, accelerated methods of healing and self-mastery.
It is an all-inclusive practice, which establishes Presence, releases polarization (such as depletion/overuse, rejection/attachment), and restores the unrestricted flow of energy through the body.
We are able to uncover and let go of deep-seated blockages, often experienced as chronic pain, addictive behavior, obsessive-compulsive disorders, anxiety or persistent health issues.
It is a practice for awakening out of suffering, ending conflict, and embracing ease and happiness.
A simple, powerful technique
The technique of conscious connected deep breathing allows us to address core issues instead of symptoms, unlocking and releasing the subconscious patterns that cause tension, and access heightened states of consciousness.
By following the breath into our body, and letting go of the need to fix or control our experience, including and accounting for everything, we open up to our ability to relax with what is. As we drop into Presence (an all-inclusive state of non-reaction) we are able to release contraction and resistance, and welcome all of our aliveness.
We have forgotten how to utilize that intelligent system of 40 trillion cells that coexists harmoniously and communicates with incredible capacity: our body.
Most of us learned to pursue controllable paths to predictable outcomes… And how is this working out for you?
Living authentic freedom with grace requires a much broader mind set, and it requires including all feelings, as well as intention paired with trust, and courage paired with mindfulness…
Just ask yourself: How often do you find yourself in your inner authority, and how often in inner apology?
Perspective is a powerful thing. If we define something as negative, our brain responds to it by creating an emotional state that reinforces that reality.
When we can reframe a particular experience, we can often change what happens as a result.
Whenever we judge or resist, some part in us contracts, and we return to a limited dualistic view of life.
Breath helps us to re-set, and live the mystery consciously, to evolve as we become, and to expand our creative capacity as we go.