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W/ Boundless Breath

Even if it seems like an “up-and-coming” wellness practice in the West, people in the Eastern part of the world have been practicing breathwork for thousands of years. Unlike other breathwork practitioners, Megan specializes in an array of breathwork styles to determine which practice best suits the individual client. 

Kundalini Yoga Breathing

Breathwork Benefits

  • Improve sleep

  • Reduce chronic pain

  • Relieve anxiety and depression

  • Improve attention and focus

  • Increase immune function

  • Improve brain function 

  • Decrease blood pressure

  • Improve digestion

  • Improve posture and stabilization

  • Improve aerobic capacity and athletic performance



Breathwork Initial Visit and Assessment

(90 min $180)

Following an extensive health, history is determined to assess your breathing patterns,  we will begin by practicing an array of breathing exercises to meet your needs, the goal is to improve your breathing patterns to promote relaxation and be your best you.  Specific breathing exercises may be suggested for home practice. Your individual needs will dictate the course of a given session.


Like yoga, there are many different types and lineages of breathing patterns. Some breathwork techniques are more calming and regulating to the system while others are activating and help to enhance your physical performance. Which breathwork patterns are utilized are dependent on your individual needs and system. (Every system is unique so what works for you, may not work for someone else). 



Breathwork Follow-up Visit

(45 min $120)

Follow-up sessions will assess the impact of the initial session and breathing patterns.  We also will review the homework assigned from the first session.  The remainder of the session will be moving through new breathing techniques as indicated by your response to the initial session. The goal is to set a path with a series of breathwork exercises for you to utilize to achieve your goals.



Meet Megan Callus

Megan completed her formal education with a BA from Bucknell University; followed by a Master’s degree from Tufts University.  She has spent the last several years studying functional and corrective exercise as well as applied Neuro Anatomy.  Throughout all her research and studies, she found the most powerful way of changing and healing the body was simply changing the way we breathe.  For more on Megan, visit here website

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