BREATHE WITH THE TREES – A MORNING OF BREATHWORK & FOREST BATHING WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, JULY 23 AT HUBER WOODS PARK
Breathe With The Trees – A Morning of Breathwork & Forest Bathing, will be held on Saturday, July 23 from 9:00 am to 10.30 am at Huber Woods Park, located at 25 Browns Dock Road, in the Locust section of Middletown, NJ, 07760. Nicole Lerario, Licensed Massage Therapist and owner of A Kneaded Vacation, and Megan Callus, a breathwork coach and owner of Boundless Breath, a business dedicated to the practice and teaching of breathing techniques, are co-hosts. The event is designed to provide a sense of peace and tranquility to participants while encouraging them to walk slowly, breathe, look & listen, and pause with intention & mindfulness while enjoying the sights and sounds of nature. A small social will be held after the walk. Registration is $20 per person and is located at www.eventbrite.com/e/breathe-with-the-trees-a-morning-of-breathwork-and-forest-bathing-tickets-375562476477?aff=ebdssbdestsearch. Instructions will be provided with registration. Breathe With The Trees is the first in a series of outdoor events which feature nature and natural resources as a springboard to help people live healthier and more mindful lives with intentionality. The next event - Breathwork At The Beach - will be held August 16, location to be announced. For more information, contact Megan Callus at [email protected]
ABOUT NICOLE LERARIO & MEG CALLUS
Nicole Lerario, LMT, is the founder and owner of A Kneaded Vacation, a massage and wellness center located in Red Bank, NJ. She is a Licensed Massage Therapist also certified in Thai massage, a Reiki/IET Practitioner and a Yoga instructor. She started A Kneaded Vacation to help empower people to live healthier lives, especially those who are still struggling and looking for relief after trying just about everything else. Nicole believes in the power – and has witnessed the dramatic results – of combining massage with stretching, yoga, energy work, guided breathing and counseling/self-care tips because a multi-pronged approach balances all the aspects of physical, mental, and emotional wellness.
Megan Callus spent the last decade studying the brain and body and found the most powerful way of changing and healing the body was simply adjusting the way we breathe. She created Boundless Breath, specializing in respiratory training (aka breathwork) to teach clients how to use their breath to reduce stress and heal their bodies. She focuses on the neurology, biochemistry, biomechanics and psychosocial elements of breathing, teaching and utilizing practices that have been scientifically studied and verified in terms of benefits to health. In her practice, Callus has employed different breathing techniques to reduce symptoms associated with health issues such as GERD, Long Covid, respiratory dysfunction (such as asthma and sleep apnea), lack of endurance, stress, anxiety, and pain relief. "Whatever it is that you do in life, you can do it better with the right breath."