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Transformation through the power of breath.

At Sacred Pause of Vermont, our mission is to empower individuals on their journey of self-discovery, healing, and transformation through the power of breath. We are dedicated to providing a safe, nurturing, and inclusive space where people can explore the innate wisdom of their bodies and minds, unleashing their full potential for growth and well-being.

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Trauma-Informed Breathwork Facilitator and Somatic Coach

Robin Caissie

Robin Caissie


Robin is an experienced instructor who skillfully guides individuals to use their breath as a powerful tool for self-exploration, healing, and personal growth.

  • Trauma-Informed Breathwork Facilitator and Somatic Coach

  • SHE RECOVERS® Trauma-Informed Yoga Teacher (SRYT)

  • Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT200)

Private Group and Corporate Sessions

In-Person or Online Sessions

30 - 90 min

Quote Upon Request 

* Session Packs are available at a reduced rate per session. Please contact me for details.


1:1 and Group Sessions

Robin offers private 1:1 and group sessions online or at your location. (within 15 miles from Norwich VT) 

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How can Somatic Breathwork help me?

Areas breathwork can help include:

  • Releasing emotions

  • Reducing stress

  • Body-Mind integration

  • Healing & Transformation

​​"Feelings come and go like clouds in a windy sky. Conscious breathing is my anchor."

​~Thich Nhat Hanh


"Incredible! This was my first experience with somatic coaching and I cannot wait to do it again. My mind is blown as to what came up in our session. So cool!"

~Kayt T.

"I loved the way she was guiding me through the process, very compassionate. She created a safe space for me to explore the emotions stored in my body. I absolutely loved her voice and narration! Very feminine and loving energy.

~Kaja O.

"Robin is such a kind, steady and intuitive presence that I feel very at ease with her. And that allows me to relax and be more present and steady myself."

~Steve O.

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