Find Strength in Your Breath 


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We all know how to breathe.

I know that if you weren't breathing right now, you wouldn't be reading this.

I also know, that if you have experienced the power of breath-work; you can't wait to dive into this episode.

But if you never have, you are probably wondering what the big deal is.  

My goal from the out-set has always been to help you meet yourself at the place of joy in your home, helping you reconnect to yourself in your personal space.  And to help you help your daughter see herself in her magnificence by creating an environment where she can thrive.

I have learned from experience that connecting to that place of true joy and well-being goes beyond paint colors and buying things.

As we discuss, your breath is one of the few things on this planet that is both free and has the power to radically shift your emotional and physical health. 

As Elisha most eloquently reminds us,
"You can only live at the level of your nervous system."

This episode is jam packed with wisdom from Elisha's years of training and experience that brought her to the work that she does today.

Elisha Halpin is a spiritual mentor specializing in embodiment and nervous system expansion for visionaries, leaders, and creatives.
With over 16 years in embodiment and energy-work and 7 years as a spiritual mentor, Elisha has supported 100’s women to embody their intuition and claim the authentic expression of their truth.
Elisha’s mission is to support creatives, visionaries, and sacred leaders to make a great impact in their world through developing a clear sense of accessing intuition, deeply embodied self-confidence and authentically dynamic expression.

Elisha is certified in Breathwork, Energy Work, Neurosculpting, and Dancing Mindfulness. She is completing a Ph.D. in Transpersonal Psychology focusing in Somatics. She is a tenured professor of Dance and Somatics. And is the Creator and Trainer of the Advanced Trainer Certification in Embodiment for the Institute for Intuitive Intelligence. 

We touch on everything from the splendor of nature to the biological effects of both physical and ancestral trauma.

 Tune in to discover: 

  • What the term "embodiment" means.
  • How monumental experiences can help us to experience the present moment.
  • How you are in control of what consistency means.
  • What un-compromising practices bring more self-love.
  • What does carving out the mental + physical space to practice mindfulness look like
  • What happens when we start listening to ourselves.

Quotes from the Episode:
"If we can find the beauty outside of us, it's because it lives within us."
"Trauma happens because too much happens at once and we can't process it,
or too little happens over time and there is a deficit (of attention, care, love, etc.)
The event isn't the trauma.  The response is the trauma."
We have to have space to feel all the feelings that have been stuffed down.  
Because until we feel them, they can't flow."

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  • Great design goes way beyond bedding and wall color. 
  • It encapsulates the needs of the girl who dreams, sleeps, and grows there. 
  • It supports her changing emotions and grows with her ever evoloving needs.