Cambridge University, a world leader in academic research, has recently embarked on an innovative study to investigate the effects of the SOMA Breath technique on mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression. This groundbreaking research follows a previous clinical study led by Dr. Jeff Tarrant of the Neuro Meditation Institute, which demonstrated the efficacy of the SOMA technique in alleviating symptoms of anxiety and depression.
SOMA Breath, known for its unique approach to wellness through breathwork, has gained significant attention for its ability to produce effects akin to those achieved using psilocybin, a compound found in psychedelic mushrooms. This comparison is drawn from a study by Dr. Tarrant, which highlighted the technique’s potential in mental health treatment.
The interest from Cambridge University marks a significant milestone for SOMA Breath. Dr. Tristan Bekinschtein of Cambridge University commented on the partnership, stating, “We chose to collaborate with Soma Breath(R) due to its very clear and systematic approach, and the effectiveness of the method as per clear report from those participating and the researchers coordinating the study.” This endorsement from a respected academic institution underscores the potential of SOMA Breath as a tool for mental health improvement.
The current research at Cambridge University involves multiple case studies and clinical trials, aiming to provide a deeper understanding of how the SOMA Breath technique can be used effectively in the treatment of mental health conditions. This research is expected to offer new insights into non-pharmacological treatments for mental health, potentially revolutionizing the way anxiety and depression are addressed.
SOMA Breath’s rise in popularity, largely driven by word-of-mouth recommendations, can be attributed to its successful outcomes in improving mental well-being. As more individuals and health practitioners become aware of its benefits, SOMA Breath is poised for continued growth and influence in the field of mental health and wellness.
The outcomes of the ongoing research at Cambridge University are eagerly anticipated by both the academic and medical communities, as they promise to contribute significantly to the understanding of mental health treatment. This collaboration highlights the increasing recognition of alternative therapies in mainstream medicine and the importance of innovative approaches in addressing complex health issues.
About SOMA Breath:
SOMA Breath’s overall mission is to empower people with knowledge, tools, and techniques to make positive and lasting change in their lives. SOMA Breath techniques have the power to transform someone even down to a cellular level. SOMA Breath, considered as a whole, with its range of possible uses and applications, is a framework for total life transformation.
SOMA Breath also offers science-backed breathwork facilitator training. This certification program allows clients to practice teaching and become a recognized, skilled breathwork facilitator.