Breathwork and Meditation Club

Imagine waking up and taking the time to focus on generating wellness. 

Imagine making a genuine investment in self care. 

Imagine seeing other friendly faces in the same inquiry as you, without having to leave the comfort of your home. 

The Breathwork and Meditation Club allows us to create stability and joy. It gives us space to breathe and to investigate ourselves. To call ourselves to attention and hold ourselves in grace. We are in the golden age of neuroscience, and the research is in on how to guide ourselves toward a more fulfilling, creative life. The practices of cultivating joy, love, gratitude, compassion and awareness create new neural pathways for our brains, and we relearn how to instinctively present ourselves in the world as more joyful creatures.

Club member Sorcha says... 

"I am so happy to be doing my morning meditations, it's everything I need. It just focuses me and grounds me for the whole day, and just makes me feel more connected and happier."

Club member Laurie says... 

"I have been dipping in and it has been such a wonderful addition to my day.... SERIOUSLY! 

I would like my mum to do it for herself next month should you decide to do it I think it would be really beneficial for her!" 

Meetings are streamed and recorded on Zoom, and available for 72 hours.  

Please contact me -- -- to express interest, or ask any questions. Next session starting soon. 


How much is it costing and am I paying weekly or monthly or yearly - and is there a discount if I pay for a big chunk of lessons ahead of time? 

  • The introductory offer is 50/month. Other payment options may become possible in the future! 

Will it be all year around? 

  • Yes. 

What if I miss a few sessions? - will that put me behind? 

  • The more you attend, the more effective the practice. There is no penalty for missing sessions. 

And how about paying for missed sessions? What if you miss a few sessions? 

  • The fee is monthly and is the same no matter how many sessions you attend. 

 Is there a physical exertion aspect to the sessions? 

  • No. There may be gentle movement on occasion, but the practice is primarily one of stillness. 

What if I can't do the breathing as you suggest? 

  • The breathing is not rigid and can be done at one's own pace.

Should I get in touch if I have any additional questions? 

  • Yes, please do!