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How To Use Breathwork to Heal w/ Samantha Skelly

Are you ready to let go of stress using only your breath?

This week Ash is joined by Samantha Skelly, the founder of Hungry for Happiness and Pause Breathwork.  Take a deep breath…you are about to dive into discovering the power of your own breath.

Can’t calm yourself during mediation? Breathwork may be the answer for you to find relaxation or transformation within your life. Sam and Ash both share their personal experiences with breathwork as examples of the power this practice holds.

Sam shares her story through disordered eating and how she stopped using food as an emotional drug, largely thanks to her discovery with breathwork. This may sound like a foreign concept, but Sam breaks down actionable breathing exercises you can do throughout the day to create more intention and peace in your life.

Don’t forget to stick around for the post episode notes with Ash where she shares scientific data around the results of breathwork and provides tips for improving your morning routine!


In this episode, we discuss:

  1. Actionable tools to release trauma and heal past emotional wounds.
  2. How to use breathwork as a modality for relaxation and transformation
  3. What happens in your brain during deep breath practice.
  4. Releasing ruminating thoughts and emotions to move forward.

Where You Can Find Samantha Skelly:

Instagram: @samanthaskelly

For an introduction to breathwork:



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