Holistic healing short film “Stop Breathe Let Go” by Tiffany Bellinger is available on Amazon Video for super fans and early supporters.

Stop Breathe Let Go - Mindfulness
Mindfulness In Schools

 

Brooklyn, NY, Release Date: February 25, 2019. For Immediate Release.

Tiffany Bellinger’s debut short film, STOP BREATHE LET GO, is available for VOD on Amazon Video. STOP BREATHE LET GO recently screened at the Awareness and REEL Recovery Film Festivals in 2018.

STOP BREATHE LET GO explores the teachings of community healers, educators and mindfulness practitioners who provide a more holistic approach to heal from trauma, addiction and the stressors of everyday life.  The film features five different practices including: Dancing Mindfulness, Yoga 12 Step Recovery, Qigong, Pranayama Breathwork and Mindfulness In Schools.

Tiffany Bellinger mixes elements of animation, interviews and live footage to bring the story together. The design and animation was created by Aaron Mcleod-Bryant and the film was directed and produced by Tiffany Bellinger.

“Taking a little time to explore holistic practices that help you unlock your true feelings is empowering.” – Tiffany Bellinger

Tiffany describes how she conceived the idea for STOP BREATHE LET GO In the blog post “How I Used An iPhone and Curiosity From A Personal Experience To Create My First Short Film,” Visit www.tiffanybellinger.com to view the post including two short videos.

To view the press kit and trailer, visit http://www.stopbreatheletgo.com

Contact info:

Name: Tiffany Bellinger

Website: http://www.stopbreatheletgo.com

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