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" The Piano Keys are Black and White,

but They Sound Like a Million Colors in Your Mind "

What is the purpose of sound?

How can we use music to clear our minds and disarm our limitations?

In the past years, we have been working to incorporate effective and less invasive mind conditioning modalities in our programs. Sound-therapy has proven to bridge clinical hypnosis with meditation and inner child work.

This effective sound immersion induces generative thinking, body-mind stress reduction, and trauma release. 

Primal and pure sounds are the key to unlock our most profound memory-box and initiating a process for trauma recovery and self-actualization.

Our job is to support that transformative conversation until it becomes your new reality.

We effectively apply these techniques to Individual training and

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Mindfulness is the practice of being aware of what's going on in the moment and eliciting hyper-awareness of the ​surrounding environment.

Studies now show with stronger evidence the positive effect of meditation on depression, anxiety, and chronic pain.

In our experience, we can attest that meditation doesn't come easy to everybody.

In the past few years, we had the chance to explore and develop a more ACTIVE approach to meditation that stresses the attention on one of the most common anchors used in traditional meditation: the breath.

How can the simple act of breathing be so beneficial to

our body and mind?

That is a question that we asked ourselves when we got introduced to BreathWork.

BreathWork requires us to change our normal way of breathing:

it becomes a voluntary systematic change in the pattern, uncomfortable at some level, capable of producing physiological changes as a fitness routine does. It is not the way we regularly breathe, but a focused and clinical adjustment of our air intake and its distribution in the body with specific timing, intensity, and repetition to make it closer to a workout session than a mental exercise.

Nevertheless, Breathwork shows dramatically the connection between the mind and the body and how one affects the other. By working with our core muscles and lungs, physical sensations transfer into our emotions.

Guided by a competent facilitator, you will be capable of moving up that threshold of perceived fear and experiencing a deep meditation-like state. We increase capacity for inter reception so that the critical mind becomes aware of the body, by listening to the body and disengaging from the cognitive rumination of negative thoughts about the self.

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