Mitu Iseeyou

What I teach at ŌHIA:
Psychotropic Breath

Teaching style:
I’m holding space and guiding your deep dive into reconnecting with your higher self. To rebalance your body, mind and spirit and to reconnect your shadows with your lights. What does your heart say?

Certified Breathworker Facilitator, Healing Artist

Life wisdom:
Don’t believe everything you think.

Favourite book:
Exit Racism by Tupoka Ogette

About Mitu:
Mitu works as a healing artist, supports and guides people to find out more about themselves. By touching and moving the body through conscious breathing and conversations, he guides people step by step on the path to the body’s own self-healing. His work focuses on breathwork, bodywork, energy work and coaching. In addition to his work with all genders and people of all ethnic origins, he also offers an individual safer spaces for BIPOC’s (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) and for men.

“Basically life gave me a lesson. I’ve been in a very dark phase in my life, I call it my “great depression”. I did everything to avoid emotions and feelings, my goal was to be numb. So I had my ways to get to my goal and then there was that one day. Panic attacks kicked in and anxiety took over..

So here I was forced to take care of myself and the classic western medicine did not work for me so I went on the journey to alternative medicine. Breathwork is one of the tools I’ve found that had a massive impact in my healing journey.