When participating in online classes, I acknowledge and agree to the following:
The nature of online classes is remote and I am solely responsible for the safety of the space where I choose to practice the online class, any necessary health precautions, and making any modifications.
Breathwork and certain Kriya exercises are not suitable for pregnancy.
I am responsible for choosing to divert from the class, and if I do not follow the instructions in the class, I do so at my own discretion.
Whilst practising online, and with the camera on, I understand that I may be visible to the teacher, the other attendees, and others who are in the online space. I accept responsibility for understanding how the camera and platform operates and assume all risk of using this technology. Inappropriate or offensive conduct will result in termination of access to the class.
To respect the privacy and integrity of the class, no filming or photography is permitted of the class, and under no circumstances are photos or clips of the classes to be reposted on any social media or digital platform
Breathwork has contraindications because of it’s strong nervous and endocrine system activation. You may also experience intense physical and emotional experiences. If you have any serious medical issues then please seek medical supervision from your doctor before participating in a breathwork therapy session and inform your facilitator before participating. I cannot take liability for any individual harm caused and I will make sure the sessions are run safely, and you will be monitored.
– Detached retina
– Uncontrolled high blood pressure
– Cardiovascular Diseases (including prior heart attack)
– Mental disorders (manic disorder, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), paranoia or psychotic episodes.
– Strokes, TIA´s, seizures or other brain/neurological conditions
– A history of aneurysms in your immediate family
– Use of prescription blood thinners
– Hospitalised for a psychiatric condition or emotional crisis within 5 years.
– Osteoporosis or physical injuries that are not fully healed
– 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
– Current cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy