Breathwork   Friday: January 3, 2020    7:00 pm - 10:00 pm


*PLEASE DRESS WARM and bring a yoga mat, blanket and pillow.

Doors open at 6:30pm

Breathwork is an ‘active meditation’, that gives us the opportunity to go within ourselves and discover the truth of who we are.

By saying “yes”, we breathe and relax instead of attempting to shut the breath down to avoid feeling. We locate the stillness in the midst of the storm.

Then the body and mind naturally resume its self healing, reorienting itself towards a healthy balance.

Trauma can be permanently resolved, and the shackles of identification start to fall away.

In this meditation, we use the tools of Conscious Connected Breath and Sound Healing to bring us to higher planes of consciousness, to remember and connect us back to our essential nature, and bring inspiration and clarity into our daily lives.

With the eyes closed and lying on a mat, each person uses their own breath and inner healing intelligence to guide the process.

The breather’s journey is supported in a safe and sacred environment.


No previous experience or training necessary.

Please dress comfortably and in layers.

It is recommended not to eat at least 2 hours before the session.

Tea and light snacks will be served after the ceremony.

Facilitated by Amber Host and Jesse Blue

Tickets on

Space very limited



About your facilitators

Amber Host

Since Amber found the Breathwork over a decade ago she has dedicated herself to share this profound medicine with anyone who is willing to undertake a journey of self-discovery. Amber has trained under a handful of high level breath work teachers including Shamanic Breathwork and Breathwave. She has a steeped knowledge of ceremony and sacred medicine circles from a lifetime of dedication to herself as well as travels that have taken her around the globe from Africa to Madagascar, from Japan to Southeast Asia and from the Old world of Europe to the First nation medicine ceremonies here at home in North America. Following her path, Amber has also co-created Ancient Fire; a way place for people to deepen themselves and find their tribe along the way…

Jesse Blue

Jesse Blue envisioned a dojo in the heart of Vancouver and Ancient Fire was created! His travels have taken him on a search for a deeper meaning within himself and dove into the science of human physiology and psychology. “I consider myself always a student, even when I am teaching.”

After discovering Breathwork, he quickly fell in love with this potent healing modality. His passion lies in gathering people together in circles where they are inspired to focus on authenticity and strengthening the warrior’s heart. He is honoured to be holding space in this sacred ceremony.

Doors open at 6:30pm


*Closed water bottles only in the Dojo

Facilitated by Amber Host and Jesse Blue

Space very limited