What is a one-to-one Inner Space Therapy session and how is it held?

​These breathing therapy sessions are combined with motions.

The client is starting to develop new skills: breathe freely, control emotions through breath, strengthening exercise for the diaphragm.

Generally a Inner Space Therapy session lasts 45minutes.

Location: KALPOKO g.1, Kaunas

Registration by email at: liladivineplay@gmail.com tel.: +37068780775

A payment order for the session shall be made before the appointment; alternatively a payment may be made in cash on the spot upon arrival at the session.

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We look forward to seeing you!

Goda Andrijauskaitė

Personal Development and Conscious Breathing Instructor


Every moment of our lives, from our birth to our death, our life is defined by our breathing. When our breath stops, our life stops with it. Our breath is, however, much more than a physiological function. How we breathe affects our physical and mental health, our personal and spiritual development, our state of consciuosness. We are our breath. Our breath is the language that tell us how we are. Breath language also tells us what we can become. Our habitual breathing rhythms regulate our emotions and state of consciuosness. When we change our breathing rhythm, we alter our state of consciousness.

Breath language speaks about life and death. When we take our first breath, we inform the world that we are alive, and when we finally stop drawing breath, we inform the world of our departure.

Breath language is psychological language. We catch our breath when we are exhausted. We hold our breath during moments of fear, tension, pressure, anxiety and danger. And when we are at easy again, we breathe freely. We breathe freely also in an atmosphere of intellectual or emotional freedom.

Breath language is especially rich in communicating emotion. Strong emotions like anger, fear, sorrow, and pleasure usually are expressed by more rapid or increased breathing, while suppressed emotions are expressed by slower or reduced breathing.

Breath language is a body language. The noises our breah makes, such as puffing, panting, yawning, gasping, snorting, coughing and choking, are all part of its vocabulary, as is the length of the breath and the part of the body where it takes place. When we are relaxed, we breathe deeply and slowly into our belly. Stress moves our breath from belly to our chest. Our breath can be language of illness. When we are ill, our breathing is affected. Hyperventilation is an indication of stress and anxiety. Hestitation and mental conflict can trigger asthma attacks. In health and illness, in psychoterapy, and in personal and spiritual development, breath can be used as a means of diagnosis, with its own descriptive and prescriptive vocabulary.