2022 Breathwork Summit
Program & Replays
Tao of Gratitude: Core Root Transformation
Chetana Barkan discusses why traumatic events get stored in the cellular memories of the nervous system (plus a variety of other systems in the body) as stress, tension, and illness, with a specific focus on the pelvic region. Understand the importance of early developmental nurturing of basic primal needs, and tools for radical self-care, self-love, and self-responsibility.
In this session, you'll discover:
- Basic primal needs such as the importance for developing a balanced, stable sense of self
- How an experienced traumatic event can get stored in the cellular memories of the nervous system
- Tools for identifying, expressing, and integrating stressful beliefs and body-stored traumas
Chetana Barkan birthed and developed “Tao of Gratitude: Trauma Release for Women®.” She works with the BioDynamic BreathWork & Trauma Release Institute® as a training leader and session facilitator. Her connection to universal spirit, human conditioning, and self-discovery led to a profound lifestyle shift where inspired service leads the way. Over the past 25 years, Chetana has been learning and sharing trauma-informed integrated mind-body-breath modalities, counseling/coaching and meditation techniques worldwide.
She supports clients on a journey home to themselves, by reconnecting to their innate wisdom and ability to transform and heal with radical self-responsibility, self-care, and self-love. Chetana guides sessions and groups with a strong, grounded presence and a compassionate heart filled with joy and humor.
“My most sincere priority is supporting you to identify, investigate, expose, resolve and integrate hidden shadows, self-protective armoring, confusing concepts, and shame and body-stored traumas which keep you from living a free, stable, balanced life!”