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Jasmine Marie



Jasmine Marie is an American trauma-informed breathwork practitioner and founder of Black Girls Breathing, whose mission is to make breathwork and mindfulness practices more readily available to Black women.

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My Bedtime Routine: Jasmine Marie, Founder of Black Girls Breathing, on Letting Go of Self-Care Shame

It’s far from news that there is a lack of space and resources allocated for Black women to heal.

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Energizing Three Part Breath | UA Breathwork for Performance

Before your next workout, try this invigorating three-part breathwork routine to leave you energized and tuned into your mind/body connection.

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The Breathwork Practitioner Who Holds Space for Racial Trauma

“In the moment, how many times have you felt something was off and your well-meaning friends have met you with, ‘Well, are you sure? Where’s the evidence?’” asks Jasmine Marie, an Atlanta-based breathwork practitioner and the founder of Black Girls Breathing.

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Nasal Breathing with Hold to Improve Endurance | UA Breathwork for Performance

Improve your endurance with this short breathwork practice designed to complement your workout routine. Practicing nasal breathing with a hold can increase endurance as well as promote increased blood flow to the body and brain.

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Jasmine Marie Wants to Use Breathwork to Help 1 Million Black Women Deal With Trauma

The founder of Black Girls Breathing set a goal to hit by 2025, here’s how she’s going to do it.

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An Active Breathwork Technique for Restless Minds

Breathwork practitioner Jasmine Marie, who facilitates groups focused on healing racial trauma through her organization Black Girls Breathing, recorded this guided practice for creating space in the mind and opening the heart.

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Black Girls Breathing Founder Jasmine Marie Is Making Meditation Accessible to Heal Her Community

As the fight for racial justice takes place against the backdrop of the global pandemic, the need for regenerative self-care services that center Black women has never been more apparent.

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Simple Breathwork Practices Can Help You Relieve Stress Throughout the Day

Founder of black girls breathing Jasmine Marie shares some helpful advice to incorporating intentional breathwork into your daily routine.

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Black Girls Breathing Helps Women Manage Stress through the Power of their Own Breath

Jasmine Marie, breathwork practitioner and founder of Black Girls Breathing, said she’s seen an increase in new members since the start of the pandemic but the organization also hosts free virtual classes.

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