What Does Transformational Breathing® Do?

Opens and clears restricted breathing patterns producing…

More energy, increased detoxification, better health, improved respiratory capacity, a strengthened immune system and more balance.

Clears the subconscious mind which allows us to…

Resolve stress, create the relaxation response, and permanently clear repressed emotions, such as anger, fear, anxiety, guilt and depression.  Also removes old mental tapes and programs of limitation and lack, which creates more peace, creativity and clarity.  It releases past traumas located in the cellular memory.

Allows easier accessibility to higher dimensions and levels of consciousness, which gives us…

Stronger connection to Higher Self, fuller expression of Spiritual gifts, deeper meditation, opening to the mystical, and awareness of unity consciousness.

Areas of effective therapeutic use with Transformational Breathing®…

Pain control                                Chronic fatigue

Heart conditions                          Infertility

Phobias                                      Digestive ailments

Panic attacks                              TMJ

Depression                                 Stress

PMS                                          Ease during birth

Headaches                                 Apnea

Addictions                                  Facilitates recovery

Asthma & respiratory ailments           Anaerobic diseases


Courtesy of Judith Kravitz,  Transformational Breath® Foundation.



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About Kimberly Rodgers, LCSW, RPT-S

Kimberly is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Florida and Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor through the Association for Play Therapy. She also supervises clinical social work interns pursuing licensure. She has worked as a psychotherapist for twelve years and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Georgia and Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Central Florida.

Her experience includes foster care, adoption, youth shelter, youth related research, school-based counseling, and sexual assault crisis center settings prior to private practice. She specializes in counseling children, families, and adults struggling with stress, anxiety, trauma, and adjustment to life transitions. Kimberly is a current Board member of the Mental Health Association of Southwest Florida and former Vice-President of the Southwest Florida chapter of the Association for Play Therapy. She is also a member of the National Association of Social Workers and EMDR International Association.

Kimberly is founder of Monarch Wellness (originally Monarch Therapy), an integrative center focused on empowering individuals and families through emotional and behavioral metamorphosis. In addition to counseling and play therapy, the center offers other supportive modalities to further enhance emotional healing and stress management including support groups, yoga, laughter yoga, breathwork, integrative relaxation, and sound therapy. Monarch Wellness' sister site eFitFamily.com offers health related information and inspiration for everyday families to live healthier every day. The center is also involved with House of Gaia community center and other community and service focused organizations. More information about Kimberly and her practice can be found online: www.MonarchWellness.net.

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