84. Why Clinical Therapists are using Breathwork, Generational Healing, and Somatic Experiencing with Lauren Scungio

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Breathwork Facilitator Student Spotlight Series 💫

In this episode, therapist in training Lauren Scungio shares why breathwork and somatic experiencing is crucial in the traditional clinical contexts, how therapists are using the number one somatic healing tool in the world, and healing generational trauma we’re not aware of. Lauren is an integrative energy healer, Akashic Records reader, and breathwork facilitator trained through AlwaysPlay Studios and strives to bring spiritual practices down to earth.

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@l.doeswell

🌟Curious about breathwork? Join us in our weekly breathwork circles on Sundays Learn to facilitate breathwork (www.alwaysplay.org)

🌟Expand inside our Healing Arts Practitioner Training Immersion and Mastermind (www.alwaysplay.org/immersion)

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Music: Armeen Musa, Shara Dao

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