The power of your intuition is amazing.


My life changed after I met today’s guest. I experienced a breathwork session with her this year, and it was so powerful. I’ve loved getting to know her and I’m so excited to share her wisdom with you on this episode.

Francesca Sipma is a former New Yorker who spent her career in advertising and marketing for top global brands. After 10 years of chasing an insatiable lifestyle, she experienced a radical awakening and went on a quest to find higher purpose. She found herself on a deep self-exploration journey exploring modalities and retreats all over Bali, India and Peru. She became fascinated by the power of breath and subconscious mind as a catalyst into self-awareness to deconstruct childhood conditioning and social programming.

A voracious reader and deeply motivated student, she has been able to utilize the tools she teaches to transcend anxiety, self-doubt, unhealthy relationship patterns, addiction and more. She is passionate about infusing psychology, spirituality and science to guide transformative growth experiences.

Francesca is now a certified breathwork coach and hypnotherapist based in San Diego, CA. helping others come into alignment with their highest selves and live more meaningful lives of purpose and impact.

In this episode, Francesca shares what breathwork is, why it’s so powerful, and how you can use it to transform your relationship to your mind.

“What your energy feels, your mind also believes.”

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show notes

  • (3:30) The story of how Francesca chose to leave her successful marketing career to become a breathwork facilitator
  • (7:10) Why breathwork is so powerful on your mind and body
  • (17:10) How to trust yourself and your intuition on a new level
  • (24:05) How intuition is connected to masculine and feminine energy
  • (33:00) Why our intuition helps us lighten up and be playful

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