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Matthew's story

Having experienced mental abuse as a child I formed a lot of negative thoughts around feeling unloved, useless and alone - like I was unwanted. In my teens this led to a feeling of not knowing who I am and a sense of being completely lost.  In my early twenties I was using recreational drugs to cope with the pain and suffering I was feeling. I would put on a 'mask' pretending everything was ok, but by my late twenties I felt like a ticking time bomb, ruled by my anger.

 

I had tried anti-depressants which just made me feel nothing at all. I felt like life was just consuming me. I tried lots of therapies from counselling to anger management but there was nothing that actually helped me deal with my anger and find the the root cause of my emotional issues. I was at a point in my life where I just couldn’t live like that way anymore. I was fed up with being so miserable and lost.

 

It was at this time in my life that a friend introduced me to Breath4Life™  breathwork. After each session my coach said there would be lots of 'Aha!' moments of clarity, but what stunned me was how fast these moments came, and just how quickly it enabled me to gain some profound insights into the root causes of my pain and suffering. Combined with coaching I was able to move through them and reclaim my life as my own.

 

So I decided to commit to my own path of gaining self awareness which later led me to train as a one to one practitioner and group facilitator in Breath4Life™I am incredibly passionate about handing on this knowledge and form of therapy because I know first hand just how quickly it can transform a persons life. 

 

I formed Inner Balance as a vehicle to disseminate this life changing and practical way of living. My absolute wish for you is it changes your life to the degree it has changed mine.

 

It may sound grandiose but I am committed to get this out to orthodoxy and corporate sector as I truly believe this could help change the world - it is my mission for this to change the lives of as many people as I can possibly reach.