How is your breath linked to your success as an entrepreneur?
In the next instalment of the festival edition of The Wellness Entrepreneur Podcast we speak with Rachel Bednarski about just that and we explore how powerful the breath is in so many ways for us personally and professionally. Rachel helps us to understand how the world around us impacts the way we breathe and the consequences of that.
Listen to the full episode, where we discuss:
The link between breathwork and entrepreneurship The consequence of constantly living in our thinking brain The powerful impact of getting into your body to start to feel what is really important How our environment, stress and trauma impact our breathing The impact of our breathe on our energy How to tune in to your body and feelings The ways we can make the wellness space more inclusive The details of Rachel’s workshop at the Festival
Rachel demonstrates how the breath is the bridge between the mind and body and by using that bridge powerful change can occur. Once we lose the conditioning of the stories and beliefs that hold us back it is then possible to show up as you want to in your business.
Are you ready for powerful change through the power of using a tool you already have within you? Ready to embody your brand through breathwork?
Listen to this episode and then drop into my Insta DMs and let me know!
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