SOMA BREATH WITH TIM SNELL
MEDITATION FOR THE MODERN WORLD.
Ancient breathing and meditation technique for the modern world. Using music and guided visualisation to create an enjoyable and deeply healing experience.
Turning Meditation Into A Fun & Exciting Practice
Join over 1 Million people worldwide who are becoming happier and healthier with this simple practice they can look forward to every day.
There seems to be a huge misconception about what meditation is supposed to be like.
Everyone knows there are some benefits but very few people want to devote endless hours of sitting in silence to attain those benefits.
SOMA Breath has discovered a way to provide you with many more benefits than traditional meditation practices without having to dedicate long hours becoming an expert.
Our revolutionary techniques also make the practice highly enjoyable giving you more reason to do it every day!
In May 2016 the team at SOMA Breath performed the SOMA Awakening Breathwork ceremony at an event called Afest by Mindvalley.
A team of NASA scientist’s and founders of Peak Neurofitness measured brainwaves during the session and the results were astonishing, confirming that participants can have emotional releasing, deep relaxation and even Aha moments in just one session.
Trypnaural Ultra combined with special breathwork techniques handed down from true masters of ancient breathwork techniques enhances brain function like nothing else!
What Happens To Your Brain After SOMA 'The Awakening'?
SOMA breath is a powerful way to connect to your body and subconscious mind.
It is a sequence of ancient pranayama breathwork techniques combined with euphoric brainwave music and guided inner sensing that awakens you to your full human potential. The combination of all these elements takes you to a place where the real magic happens. Awaken dormant powers of the mind, supercharge and purify your blood and nervous system for more energy and vitality.
Arrive 5 minutes early for the online class.
Refrain from big meals 90 mins beforehand and no food 45 mins before a session as it can be uncomfortable to breath with a full stomach. Tea and water is ok.
Wear casual, comfortable clothes.
Proceed with great caution if you have any of the following:
High blood pressure
acute somatic and viral diseases
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD-II and COPD-III)
chronic diseases with symptoms of decompensation or terminal illness
individual intolerance of oxygen insufficiency
people with epilepsy, pacemakers or heart arrhythmias, unless treatment (including Intermittent Hypoxic Training) is under direct medical supervision.