2022 Breathwork Summit
Program & Replays
Reflections on 40+ Years of Breath Work/Play
Conscious breathing has been central to Dr. Katie Hendricks' body intelligence-based approach to transformation for more than 40 years. When she and her husband, Gay Hendricks, were first experimenting with coaching and evolutionary practices, they used more of an emotional release breathwork process. Find out what they've learned about friendly and daily breath practices, combining breathing and moving, along with some cautionary tales and latest techniques.
In this session, you'll discover:
- A key recommended daily breathing practice
- Specific tools used on the coaching journey
- Flags, and the important aspects of breath flags
Dr. Katie Hendricks
Dr. Katie Hendricks, an evolutionary catalyst, contextual disruptor, and freelance mentor, has been a pioneer in the field of body intelligence and conscious loving for 50 years. Her purpose, she says, is to “feel through to the heart with laser-love, and evoke essence through deep play.”
Katie is the co-author of 12 books, including the bestselling Conscious Loving... At The Speed of Life... and Conscious Loving Ever After: How to Create Thriving Relationships at Midlife and Beyond. Passionate about the power of embodied integrity and full-spectrum presence, her work explores the how of consciousness—and the structures and practices that befriend and transform fear into presence, relational authenticity, and resonant collaboration.
She specializes in translating concepts such as commitment into directly felt experiences that lead to new choices and creative engagement. Her unique coaching and leadership programs have generated hundreds of body intelligence and relationship coaches in the U.S. and Europe. She developed and led the unique Leadership and Transformation Training for 30 years, and is currently joining with her community through the Foundation for Conscious Living to create the Big Leap Online Programs. These online videos are designed to support people in coming home to presence, restoring resourcefulness, and creating caring communities.