Breathe Easy

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Relax Deeply and Reduce Stress

Escape the busy chatter of your mind. We create soulful experiences for calm and connection. Be gently guided through music and sound into a meditative state. Our experiences will help you calm your mind, warm your heart and breathe easy.

Relaxation
Sound Bath

A moment of calm, ideal for beginners looking to experience a meditative state.

Cacao
Ceremony

A heart opening workshop, ideal for self care and meaningful connection.

Out of your head into your heart

In our driven, fast paced lives, we are so busy DOING. We exist mostly in our heads, which have become cluttered noisy spaces. This can result in chronic stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia and dis-ease. When we are in our hearts, we are relaxed and at ease.

The Benefits of BEING in your heart

  • More productive, creative, and intuitive
  • More Self-awareness
  • Improves emotional intelligence (EQ)
  • A happy, healthy, successful life
  • BEING human

“What happens when people open their hearts? They get better.”

~ Haruki Murakami

Virtual Sound Baths

Enjoy our relaxation sound baths now on Insight Timer, the #1 free app for sleep, anxiety and stress. Or purchase the track(s) you like for easy access. Our virtual sound baths are best enjoyed lying down, eyes closed with earphones or headphones. Turn up the calm with an eye mask, essential oils and a comfy blanket.

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More about Cacao

By Celeste Chong | March 13, 2021

Curious to find our more about Cacao? Here are the answers to your most frequently asked questions.

My first Cacao Ceremony

By Celeste Chong | March 7, 2021

I attended my first Cacao Ceremony in Bali and it was a heart opening experience. My anxiety subsided and I felt a warmth in my heart.

Our addiction to distraction

By Celeste Chong | December 9, 2020

When we are not distracted, we slow down and become still. When we are alone in this stillness, discomfort arises.