Breathing Drumming Ceremony

Breathing Drumming Ceremony


-Because the change start in the inside-

What is ?

Breathing , is a powerful way for self-exploration and healing . It's easy, all of us knows how to breath and is more important than drinking or eating. Breathing is life and is a easy way to reactive all the chemicals substance that our on brain is producing, susbtance that help us to have spiritual experiences, relaxation and a better understanding of our bodies.






How it works ?

It combines accelerated breathing ,trough the mouth from the stomach, breathing out ,connecting the breathing with the navel ,wich is our first connection us human, with our mothers, in the wound the first part in be develop is the connection of the navel to our mother, to open this channel is to rebirth , reconnect and re-learn who we are, the navel is the most importan chakra in our body because is the center of our power , if the navel is block then all the other energies wheels or chakras are working separatly from the source of our vital energy, discconected in other words .


The breathing ceremony is made with music and drumming in a calm place. Lying on a matress, with the eyes closed participants uses their own breath and the music in the room . This state activates the natural inner healing process of the individual's psyche, bringing the participants in a particular set of internal experiences, to access insight in non-ordinary states of consciousness. The quality and experience is unique to each person , no two sessions are ever alike.



“The drums connected me with something I hadn’t known before, and I felt a huge lump in my throat that was equal parts sorrow, gratitude and joy. When I was coaxed out for my first inter-tribal dance, I closed my eyes and felt the drum and began to move my feet. It was magic. I could dance. It would be a few years before I was graced with the drum teachings of my people, but there was a spiritual connection nonetheless. Once I felt the drum in my chest, the hollowness I’d carried as a displaced Indian kid was gone. In its place was belonging.” — Excerpt from the book One Native Life by Richard Wagamese.



Breathing can promote strong physical and emotional release, because of this is not recomend for

persons with a history of :


  • Cardiovascular disease, including angina or heart attack,
  • High blood pressure,
  • Glaucoma,
  • Retinal detachment,
  • Osteoporosis,
  • Significant recent physical injuries or surgery.
  • Persons with severe mental illness or
  • Using major medications. It is also unsuitable for anyone with a personal or family history

of aneurisms.

  • Pregnant women
  • Persons with asthma should bring their inhaler and consult previously withus.
  • Persons with infectious or communicable diseases .



This ceremony deeply experiential. It may involve intense and energetic emotional release. The

workshop does not substitute for psychotherapy, but it can significantly deepen and enhance

psychotherapy and other healing and personal growth efforts.