Breath works!

Guided conscious breathing can provide deep healing, real ease and permanent transformation.  Breathwork sessions are facilitated in
person or via video conferencing.

My experience with breathwork as a healing modality began in 1993 when I met, studied with, and promoted the work of Dr. Judith Kravitz, founder of the Transformational Breath Foundation.

The first weekend training with Judi in 1993 was pivotal in directing the course of my holistic private practice.

Since then I have studied with founders and practitioners of a variety of breathwork techniques, especially Transformational Breath, Rebirthing and Holotropic Breathwork.   I’ve led hundreds of one on one breathwork sessions and facilitated groups of as many as 30 people by myself or with one assistant over the past two and half decades.

The benefits I’ve experienced and witnessed with breathwork include finding and healing the core of pain and suffering, letting go of past hurts, experiencing profound love, forgiveness, increased awareness, insight, intuition, stress relief, pain relief, and a greater level of trust and happiness, no matter what. Most people cry and laugh in a breathwork session.  Most of them say “Wow” when they are finished.

Breathwork sessions are facilitated in person or via video conferencing. Contact me to schedule your breathwork session…

Praise for Breathwork with Dr. Janet

Womens Leadership Expert

“Janet Orion’s breathwork will help you reach an altered state of consciousness where deep healing and profound shifts can take place. I’ve witnessed women release anger and resentment that had built up over years in just a single session. Another woman connected with an energy so powerful she was astounded. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry and then you’ll feel like you’ve shed something that really needed to be released. Plus you may just feel like you’re on happy drugs…without putting a single substance into your body!”

The Wise Girlfriend

“When I tried breathwork, it was something I had never experienced before or even heard of. I found it to be an exquisite mix of being incredibly challenging which created a lot of resistance in me, but as you might expect with that level of resistance, brought a huge amount of reward from it too. Through my anger and resistance in the process itself, I found myself really crying like a baby. The breathwork really did open my eyes to a whole aspect of myself that was up until that point, unexplored and undiscovered…and at the time released a lot of emotion in me. It was a really profound experience for me.”