Things to know
Starting Ohms sessions?

It's key to listen your body's signals, especially if dealing with anxiety or health issues.

Pace your breathwork mindfully, and seek medical advice when needed for a safe wellness journey.


When beginning a new exercise routine, like breathwork, some initial discomfort is normal. Remember, your safety is key. If you feel dizzy or light-headed, take a break and breathe naturally. Adjust your pace when you're ready, and go slower if needed.

Ohms lets you recalibrate your breathing rhythm to ensure each exercise is attuned to your comfort and capabilities.


Breathwork and meditation can be effective in managing anxiety. However, if you find your anxiety isn't improving or is intensifying, it's important to consult with a healthcare professional. They can help you understand your symptoms and explore potential treatments, ensuring you receive the appropriate care for your mental health needs.

Fast Breathing

Sessions labeled as 'Energy' involve faster breathing than usual. If you have health concerns that could be affected by this, please avoid these sessions. Fast breathing might cause light-headedness, dizziness, fatigue, coughing, or chest tightness. If you experience any pain or increasing discomfort during these exercises, stop immediately and allow your breathing and heart rate to return to normal.

When to Ask a Doctor

If you have ongoing health concerns or take any medications, please consult your physician before starting any new exercise or activity.

Please consult your doctor first if any of the following apply to you:
• Have suffered a heart attack in the past month.
• Recent eye, chest, or abdominal surgery.
• Have tuberculosis.
• Are pregnant.
• Have hypertension.