Breath of the Heart is the private practice of Kaiilama Morris, a Somatic Breath Therapist, Intuitive Guide, Teacher, and Life coach. Somatic Breath Therapy is a tool that stimulates the natural healing of the body-mind system, assists in neurobiological integration of past experience to free the stimulus of the present, enlivens Innate Emotional Intelligence, balances the nervous system and creates new neuron pathways to allow for effective change which in turn creates more joy, ease, and peace.
"Breath is the master key to health and wellness a function we can learn regulate and develop in order to improve our physical, mental, and spiritual well-being." Andrew Weil, MD.
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“No matter what you eat, how much you exercise, how skinny or young or strong you are, none of it matters if you are not breathing properly” James Nestor “Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art” 2020
Do you want to begin to:
- Open the cage of you body, mind, emotions into ease, peace, acceptance and a true joy filled Life
- Discover clarity and align to your true innocence, Divinity, Inner Wisdom, Guidance and Truth
- Connect and open your Heart to your true essence, innate prosperity and purpose beyond trauma societal/systems programming and painful alignments
- Truly free yourself from the templates of enslavement to unworthiness, painful, suffering, belief systems, shame, guilt, fear, anger, ancestral and societal grief
- Live your life as your true authentic self, passionate for life and fully thriving!
Kaiilama Morris is a certified Somatic Breath Therapist, intuitive guide, teacher and Life Coach with 20 years experience.
“I found a deep love, understanding, strength and trust in myself as well as true compassion for others. Kaiilama has continually amazed me with her intuition and ability to see and help me to move energy and thoughts that do not serve me. She has also given me tangible tools like self coaching that allow me to step into my power and love myself through otherwise difficult times." - Current Client
Our Neighbors: Learning to breathe
By Becky Karush / Special to the Reformer
Kaiilama Morris (Zachary P. Stephens/Brattleboro Reformer)
Kaiilama Morris lays her hand on my forearm, leaning in across the coffee table to make a point, punctuating it with her two quick laughs and the little hiccup in between, her purple sweater bright over her red-striped shirt, her dolphin earrings swimming in sudden circles.
Her hand is warm and strong. It is a conversational gesture, a second's touch through a grey wool sweater and black turtleneck, but I feel loved. I feel safe.
It was something of this generosity and confidence, how a skilled farmer cradles a shaky new lamb, that Kaiilama must have revealed 15 years ago at a weekend workshop on therapeutic breath education.
"I was paired up with a friend and I was so nervous," Kaiilama remembers.