Meditation and breathing in nature series

Transition Breath is hosting a walking meditation to Yankee Hat in Namadgi National Park. The facilitator will guide participants to connect with their body, their breath and to consciously and silently engage with the beautiful landscape found at Namadgi National Park. A special program for members of the LGBTIQ community is also in place.

Go to News tab for information about upcoming meditations, or contact Joshua @ info@transitionbreath.com


Corporate program, ideal for:

  • Corporate/government well-being programs

  • schools (teachers and students)

  • community and health sectors

Transition Breath’s corporate program brings guided breathing and meditation practices to corporate/government well-being programs and schools. This program teaches people about breath and body awareness through simple breathing techniques and meditation. Participants will learn about the physiological response to stress and mechanisms to regulate this response.

Half and full day programs can be developed in partnership with your workplace’s specific needs. The session is facilitated by a qualified breathwork practitioner.

Transition Breath's corporate program provides meditation and breath awareness services for employees. The purpose of the program is to support the emotional and physical wellbeing of attendees, through:

  • the creation of a safe and supportive space;

  • the opportunity for attendees to reflect and share their presenting material (such as emotional wellbeing or daily challenges);

  • breathing and meditation exercises that promote relaxation, stress-reduction and activation of the parasympathetic nervous system;

  • educational material to inform meditative activities and breathing exercises for everyday emotional and physical wellbeing; and

  • therapeutic support.

Transition Breath's meditation program includes the following:

  • setup and pack down;

  • pre-meditation check-in;

  • guided meditation;

  • stress management exercises;

  • post-meditation and resource discussion; and

  • educational materials (resource handouts).

Participants are supported by a qualified breathwork practitioner. Techniques used to support participant wellbeing include:

  • breath awareness techniques;

  • somatic and body awareness techniques;

  • process-orientated therapeutic practices;

  • music therapy; and

  • Vipassanna and visual meditative practices.

Transition Breath has facilitated a breathing workshop and meditation program for the Department of the Senate, Australian Parliament House.

If you or your workplace is interested in developing a breathing workshop or meditation program, then please contact Joshua Alexander at info@transitionbreath.com for further information.

Not finding what you’re looking for? Get in touch and we can develop a specific breathing/meditation program for yourself, your community or workplace.