• 17.10.23
  • 7:15PM–8:45PM
  • 15 / 20€
  • 17.10.23
  • 7:15PM–8:45PM
  • 15 / 20€

Psychedelic Breath ®

Embark on a transformative journey delving into the depths of the unconscious mind. Merge ancient pranayama with neuroscience to unlock your inner power. Explore breathing techniques to reach altered states of consciousness. Achieve a dreamless sleep by influencing the nervous system through conscious breathwork.
PSYCHEDELIC BREATH® is a powerful breathwork practice that is not recommended for the following conditions: pregnancy, epilepsy, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, high inner eye pressure, clinical anxiety or panic attacks, psychosis, a history of stroke, recent surgery (wounds, broken bones still healing). With purchasing a ticket you confirm that you’re healthy. The practice will be done sitting with the possibility to lie down at any point you like. Bring warm and comfortable clothing. Please don’t eat a heavy meal 1.5h before the session. All levels welcome.

Price:

Regular Price is 20€.

USC Price is 15€

There is still 15€ left, which you can pay conveniently with your card or Paypal at the venue or buy the 15€ ticket via our website. With your USC Check in, you get 5€ discount.

More about Lee Mei

With a diverse background influenced by both Hispanic and Chinese cultures, I’ve pursued yoga as means to find purpose and balance in life.

Alongside my university studies, I completed YTTs in Stockholm and Rishikesh. Since then, I’ve devoted myself to continuous self-study, deepening my practice, and expanding my knowledge. While my primary focus lies in Ashtanga and Pranayama, I’ve also ventured into other movement arts such as Contortion and Handbalancing.

During my time in Stockholm, I practiced Mysore under Laruga Glasser & David Fredriksson, and explored Pranayama with Guy Powiecki, a senior student of Sri O.P. Tiwari. Upon relocating to Berlin, I further immersed myself in breathing practices through participation in the pioneering PSYCHEDELIC BREATH® TT led by Eva Kaczor, as well as the Pranayama TT led by Eddie Stern & Robert Mosses. 

Along my journey, I’ve had the privilege of learning from esteemed teachers including John Scott, David Robson & Jelena Vesic, Matthew Vollmer, and Yuval Aylon.