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Breathe in Paris Class @ The American Church in Paris (in English) : 20 November @ 20h30 / 20€

  • American Church in Paris 65 Quai d'Orsay 75007 Paris France (map)


  • Location: indoor gym. There’s ample room for everyone!

  • Arrive a little early.

  • Wear comfortable clothes.

  • Breathwork is best done on an empty stomach. It’s suggested you don’t eat for a few hours before class.


  • 20€ cash or pay online ahead of time.

  • A yoga mat 

  • A blanket. People tend to get cold.

  • An eye mask

  • A water bottle


Learn how to ‘breathe with purpose’ in this uniquely powerful and moving 75 minute Breathwork class (held in English). Breathwork is the latest self-improvement tool for anyone who wants to create more balance and harmony in their body and mind. This class is for you if you want to release stress, increase physical performance and/or just simply live better. 

I’ll begin the class by explaining the Two-Stage Pranayama technique (also called an ‘Active Meditation’ or ‘Conscious Connected Breathing’) along with what you can expect. Then the energy will increase as you lie on the floor and put the technique to practice. 30 minutes of active breathing and 15 minutes of complete relaxation. And all to an incredible musical playlist as I guide and hold the space for you. 

Breathwork is purely experiential and no two sessions are alike. Each person has a different experience, so it’s difficult to describe. But one thing is guaranteed, you’ll feel completely different than how you felt when you came in. Be prepared for some big physical and also emotional shifts.

This is a powerful class for exploration, discovery, healing, and personal growth. Working with the breath enables you to take better care of yourself and release beliefs and patterns that no longer serve you. Most people leave breathwork sessions feeling clearer, calmer, more content and relaxed. 

Whether you’re a beginner or a more experienced yogi, I’ll make sure you feel comfortable so you can challenge yourself safely. I hope my classes encourage more awareness and help you to connect more mindfully with your bodies, your relations and your environment.


  • Deepens your breath 

  • Builds morale

  • Increases energy

  • Increases creativity 

  • Aids in forgiveness

  • Diminishes fear

  • Promotes digestion

  • Reduces anxiety and stress

  • Increases clarity and focus

  • Accelerates manifestations

  • Balances emotions

  • Relieves physical pain

  • Reduces insomnia 

Two-Stage Breathwork can lead to an intense physical and emotional release. This technique can be compared to a high intensity workout. If your doctor has advised you not to engage in this type of activity, contact me directly, so I can give you a modified breathing technique to do. After talking, we might realize that you can do it, but you just have to slow down and I'll be there to watch you. If in doubt, consult your doctor.

If you do try this breathing technique and experience heart palpitations, dizziness, nausea, or tingling in your lips, all you have to do is stop the Breathwork through your mouth and go back to nasal breathing. It’s pretty easy to get off the ride.

Please consult your doctor or speak to me ahead of time if you have any of the following…

  • History of cardiovascular disease, including angina or heart attack, high blood pressure, glaucoma, retinal detachment, osteoporosis.

  • Significant recent physical injuries or surgery.

  • Severe mental illness, seizure disorders or if you’re using major medications.

  • Personal or family history of aneurysms.

  • Pregnant.

  • Asthma. Bring inhaler and let me know ahead of time.

Two-Stage Breathwork peut entraîner une libération intense physique et émotionnelle. Cette technique peut être comparer à un entraînement de haute intensité. Si votre médecin vous a conseillé de ne pas vous engager dans ce type d'activité, contactez-moi directement, de cette manière je peux vous donner une modification. Après avoir parlé, nous pourrions nous rendre compte que vous pouvez le faire, mais il vous suffit de ralentir et je serai là pour vous surveiller. En cas de doute, consultez votre médecin.

Si vous essayez cette technique de respiration et ressentez des palpitations cardiaques, des vertiges, des nausées ou des fourmillements dans les lèvres, il vous suffit d'arrêter le souffle par la bouche et de reprendre la respiration nasale. 

Veuillez consulter votre médecin ou me parler à l'avance si vous avez l'un des suivant…

  • Antécédents de maladies cardiovasculaires, notamment d’angine de poitrine, de crise cardiaque, d’hypertension artérielle, de glaucome, de décollement de la rétine ou encore d’ostéoporose.

  • Blessures physiques ou chirurgies récentes importantes.

  • Maladie mentale grave, convulsions ou si vous prenez des médicaments importants.

  • Enceinte.

  • Asthme. Apportez l'inhalateur et faites le moi savoir à l'avance.