Prema Breathwork

Prema Breathwork

Ira Ruiz


Sunday, December 10th 2:00 – 4:00pm

Heal. Transform. Nourish.

“As I continued breathing as deeply and fully as I could, I entered into a non-ordinary state of consciousness where I experienced the full range of memories and emotions that had been repressed for a lifetime. This period was followed by the most blissful state of oneness, beauty and clarity that I had ever known, a profoundly spiritual experience that is beyond words. This is all I’ll say about it here.” Michael C.

“I’m sure you get this after every class, but I feel intensely compelled to tell you how much that class meant to me. This past week I feel as if I’m operating on another plane of existence. The feeling I had while during the breathing was one of the most beautiful experiences I’ve had in this lifetime.” Carry Rose

The process itself uses very simple means: with the eyes closed and lying on a mat, each person uses their own breath with this technique along with the music in the room to enter a non-ordinary state of consciousness. This state activates the natural inner healing process of the individual’s psyche, bringing him or her a particular set of internal experiences. With the inner healing intelligence guiding the process, the quality and content brought forth is unique to each person and for that particular time and place. While recurring themes are common, no two sessions are ever alike.

Many practitioners feel this breath work provides a direct, replicable, physical experience of Divine Love through the saturation of the body with prana.

$40 per person.

*Pre-registration necessary

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Ira Ruiz


Born and raised in the west side of Puerto Rico, Ira is a dance-movement artist and yogi with a love for the rhythm and flow in nature, dance-movement as creative expression, and deep spiritual connections. She has dedicated her life to the study of dance, focusing on the multiple ways one is able to use, and create with, the body. After obtaining her Psychology degree from the University of Puerto Rico, Ira felt inspired to cultivate different means for self-exploration and inner communication, which brought her face to face with yoga.
After completing her 200hr teacher training under Syama & Dhyana on the path of Bhakti, she delved deep into the study of self-awareness and self-realization in the hopes of being an inspiration for others to connect to the many layers of who they are. Ira uses her practice to encourage, support and empower practitioners to rise above their current state of awareness and tap into something deeper, purer, and beyond the material body, so they may explore, unite and express their Authentic Selves. Focusing on alignment and core strengthening, Ira guides a creative, yet challenging Vinyasa flow, exploring the integration of breath, movement, rhythm and intuition so that we may sparks the creative light and powerful energy within us. She is honored and beyond grateful to teach and connect with people through Yoga, and wishes to create an experience where practitioners feel safe and empowered to deepen their physical, mental and spiritual practice.