Finding peace within begins with each breath.

As a dedicated instructor in yoga, meditation, and breathwork, and with a background in neuroscience, I am deeply passionate about guiding individuals towards holistic well-being.

With qualifications including a BSc Hons in Operating Department Practice, RYT 500+ certification with Yoga Alliance, a diploma in Modern Meditation, and Breath Master in Paranayama Breathwork techniques, I bring a unique blend of knowledge and experience to help you embark on your journey towards inner harmony.


In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to get caught up in the chaos of everyday life. But amidst the hustle and bustle, it’s crucial to carve out moments of stillness to nourish the mind, body, and soul. This is where the power of breathwork comes into play. It serves as a gateway to mindfulness, allowing you to tap into your innate capacity for tranquility and resilience.

Through years of practice and study, I’ve cultivated a deep understanding of the profound impact that breathwork can have on our overall well-being. From reducing stress and anxiety to enhancing focus and clarity, the benefits are truly transformative. But getting started can feel daunting, especially for beginners.

So today, I want to share five unique tips to help beginners kickstart their breathwork practice:

1. Set an Intention:

Before diving into your breathwork practice, take a moment to set an intention. What do you hope to cultivate through this practice? Whether it’s peace, clarity, or emotional balance, clarifying your intention can provide a sense of purpose and direction.

2. Start Slowly:

Like any skill, breathwork takes time to develop. Begin with simple techniques such as deep belly breathing or diaphragmatic breathing. Focus on the quality of your breath rather than trying to control it. As you become more comfortable, you can explore more advanced techniques.

3. Listen to Your Body:

Your body is incredibly wise and intuitive. Pay attention to how different breathing techniques make you feel. If a particular technique feels uncomfortable or triggering, honour that feedback and adjust accordingly. Breathwork is meant to be a nurturing practice, not a source of stress.

4. Practice Consistency:

Consistency is key when it comes to breathwork. Set aside dedicated time each day to engage in your practice, even if it’s just for a few minutes. Over time, you’ll start to notice subtle shifts in your mindset and overall well-being.

5. Cultivate Curiosity:

Approach your breathwork practice with a sense of curiosity and open-mindedness. There is no one-size-fits-all approach, so be willing to explore different techniques and modalities. Allow yourself to be surprised by the profound wisdom that lies within each breath.


As you embark on your breathwork journey, remember that it’s not about perfection—it’s about presence. Be gentle with yourself, celebrate your progress, and trust in the transformative power of your breath. Together, let’s breathe our way towards greater peace, joy, and connection.


Love Laura x