BREATHWORK

Decrease Stress By Using Your Breath

Focusing on your breath is a powerful tool. Learn breathing techniques that ease anxiety, depression and other stress-related issues. Most of us don’t breathe fully and we hold our breath most of the time and we’re not aware of it.
Because the mind goes so fast, the mind follows the breath. The key to controlling the mind is in controlling the breath!

BREATHWORK

Decrease Stress By Using Your Breath

Focusing on your breath is a powerful tool. Learn breathing techniques that ease anxiety, depression & other stress-related issues. Most of us don’t breathe fully & we hold our breath most of the time & we’re not aware of it.
Because the mind goes so fast, the mind follows the breath. The key to controlling the mind is in controlling the breath!

MASTERY OF THE BREATH IS A FOUNDATION FOR:

  • Reducing stress and increases energy.

  • Promoting health and vitality.

  • Allows the release of toxins, old emotions and trauma from the cells of our body.
  • Controlling our moods.
  • Developing concentration and clarity.
  • Promoting a feeling of connectedness and increasing the awareness of the present moment .

  • Releases toxins and stagnant stuck energy from the cells of the body.

Stress causes poor shallow breathing. Stress also causes erratic upper chest breathing with faster breath rates leading to chronic tension and weak nerves. Poor breathing increases susceptibility to more stress setting the scene for illness and breakdown in one or in one or another of the body systems.

MASTERY OF THE BREATH IS A FOUNDATION FOR:

  • Reducing stress and increases energy.

  • Promoting health and vitality.

  • Allows the release of toxins, old emotions and trauma from the cells of our body.
  • Controlling our moods.
  • Developing concentration and clarity.
  • Promoting a feeling of connectedness and increasing the awareness of the present moment .

  • Releases toxins and stagnant stuck energy from the cells of the body.

Stress causes poor shallow breathing. Stress also causes erratic upper chest breathing with faster breath rates leading to chronic tension and weak nerves. Poor breathing increases susceptibility to more stress setting the scene for illness and breakdown in one or in one or another of the body systems.

During moments of stress, your thoughts may be drawn toward past regrets and worries about the future. Thankfully, you possess a readily accessible and free tool that can be used to manage stress — Your Breath!

Breath practices are a great way to become more in touch with your mind, body, and spirit. Deep and conscious breathing (yogic breathing) can be used as an anchor to stay in the present moment. Your conscious breath can also be used to feel the energy of your emotions, especially the uncomfortable ones that you may try to escape.

During stressful moments, conscious breathing allows you to shift and release negative energy instead of storing it in your body. This is important because stored-up energy, often manifests as muscle tension and other physical ailments.

Breath work has other benefits too. It can increase alertness and oxygen flow allowing your body to release toxins more readily. Although breathing is something your body naturally does, it’s also a skill that can be sharpened.

Breath practices are a great way to become more in touch with your mind, body, and spirit. Deep and conscious breathing (yogic breathing) can be used as an anchor to stay in the present moment. Your conscious breath can also be used to feel the energy of your emotions, especially the uncomfortable ones that you may try to escape.

During stressful moments, conscious breathing allows you to shift and release negative energy instead of storing it in your body. This is important because stored-up energy, often manifests as muscle tension and other physical ailments.

Breath work has other benefits too. It can increase alertness and oxygen flow allowing your body to release toxins more readily. Although breathing is something your body naturally does, it’s also a skill that can be sharpened.