Are you interested in a breathing discipline that is designed to have psychotherapeutic benefits? Studying breathwork could enhance your life skills or increase your existing skill set with a professional qualification in the field.
Breathwork is typically practised sitting or lying down with an emphasis on using the lower lungs and not rushing the process. Reported benefits include reduced levels of stress and a holistic approach to personal growth and change.
Breathwork Study Options
If you are interested in personal growth a short course or Certificate III will typically be adequate exposure to breathwork. Otherwise for those looking to register as a professional practitioner or trainer a Certificate IV or Diploma of Breathwork Group Facilitator would be more appropriate. Most breathwork training will offer the option of flexible study and a combination of academic and experiential modules, which can be scheduled around your commitments.
Breathwork Study Checklist
Prior to enrolling in any breathwork school or course ensure you research it thoroughly, particularly the following aspects:
- Accreditation: accreditation of your breathwork course not only allows you to practice it enables you to become part of a network of professional support and qualify for practitioner insurance.
- Career options: tailor your course selection to your career objectives and give yourself the option of furthering or advancing your breathwork studies.
- Fees: besides determining the total cost of all tuition and ancillary fees also investigate if there is financial support in the form of student loan schemes such as VET FEE-HELP.
If you are ready to explore the world of breathwork, make an enquiry with a school or college using the links above.