Aysu Sinman

An optimist and a lover of life, Aysu is driven from the heart and committed to spreading goodness. She is passionate about growing, learning, discovering human behavior, and tapping into our wisdom. Her curiosity about how life can be lived in a distinctively meaningful way has caused her to question everything happening around her. She has been immensely interested in human capacity throughout her life, and she is dedicated to helping people reach their innate potential by understanding themselves truly and more deeply through presence - being aware of sensations and feelings, breathing mindfully, embodying emotions, and expressing themselves freely.

Aysu previously worked as a set designer in the TV industry, after graduating with degrees in Interior Architecture and Environmental Design. Through the fundamentals of design principles, she developed the skill of objectively seeing situations from all perspectives with discernment. During the 20 years of her design career, she also focused on her various interests—art, health, fitness, psychology, and spirituality (just to name a few)—by taking classes and workshops. Feeling unsatisfied with work, her love of sports and movement led her to become a Yoga and Pilates instructor while working full-time, and she has been teaching group and private classes in these modalities since 2009. Aysu was amazed at how mindful movement affected her well-being positively, and she developed interests beyond the physical practices. The disconnection between the inner world and the outer world that she was experiencing encouraged her to explore the mind-body relation in depth. Her search for "How can I become more of who I am today?" and "What do I really want in life?", guided her to learn her intimate world thoroughly.

Attending Systemic/Family Constellations seminars, and getting certified in EFT (Tapping) and Pranic Healing Levels 1 & 2, allowed her to perceive how limiting beliefs, physical and mental illnesses, and detrimental patterns occur in life. The healing techniques she learned also helped her to see and acknowledge the trauma she's been holding on to from the past. Her continuing curiosity to seek her true self led her to One Breath Institute in 2021, where she became a Trauma-Informed Introspective Breathwork™ Facilitator. While continuing her practitioner training, she now assists and co-teaches at One Breath Institute. She believes that Introspective Breathwork™ is the most gentle, powerful, and safe way to remember our true being. Her mission is to support people on their journey to free themselves from trauma, create the life they desire, deliver their gifts to the world, and live authentically.

"Gathering everything I've learned through my life-long journey brings me to you to serve with compassion and love.” 


 

She lives in Montreal, Canada.

You can contact Aysu by email or phone through WhatsApp about her services and to book an appointment.

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +1 514 814 8678

Read Aysu's Blog, "Practicing Stillness", here