- BREATHING -
It doesn’t always take a vacation to a private island or a lavish spa day to get some relaxation time in. There are simple, quick techniques you can learn and incorporate into your everyday schedule to help ease that nagging tension and anxiety you might feel, and they take only take 5 minutes or less! Any time you might feel overwhelmed by an upcoming deadline at work or stressed out just coping with everyday tasks, you can try out a breathing technique. Find a quiet space wherever you are (even at work!) and try one of these out to help you feel more relaxed and ready to tackle the rest of your day.
BREATHING - BASIC TECHNIQUES and ANATOMY
For those who need a quickest ways to decrease stress levels and achieve a state of calm.
♦ respiratory system anatomy ♦ difference between breathing and respiration ♦ exercises and teachings
2.5 - 3 hours
ZOOM online virtual course with live Instructor
You will be provided a PDF manual and a Certificate upon completion.
You will be provided with lifetime access and support through our Facebook page INFINITE KI.
WHAT ARE BREATHING TECHNIQUES?
Breathing techniques are a simple yet powerful relaxation techniques. It’s easy to learn, can be practiced almost anywhere, and provides a quick way to get your stress levels in check. Breathing techniques are the cornerstone of many other relaxation practices, too, and can be combined with other relaxing elements such as aromatherapy and music.
BREATHING TECHNIQUES CAN HELP FOR:
By paying attention to our breathing, we can shift the way we feel. We can slow our breathing down to help us feel calm and present, or quicken the pace of the breath, to a particular rhythm, to pep up our energies.
Breathing exercises can be beneficial for people with conditions affecting their lungs, but also can play a large part in managing stress, insomnia and general sluggishness for those without physical problems.
When we become stressed or anxious, what tends to happen is that our breathing becomes short and shallow, although we might not notice it at the time. In a stressed state, adrenaline is high and your inclination is to breath quickly and with shallow breaths, which heightens your body's feeling of anxiety.
Breathing for sleep ?!
Another area of our lives where breath-work might come in handy is to help us sleep better. Next time you’re struggling to drift off, you could be using your breathing to your advantage.
Breath-work has been shown to improve many functions in the body and provide many benefits:
♦ decrease anxiety and stress
♦ boost immunity
♦ improve physical stamina
♦ improve mood and cognition
♦ reduce negative thinking
♦ reduce inflammation
♦ stimulate creativity
♦ decrease pain
♦ process and release emotional trauma
Breathwork is an amazing tool that can help enhance and transform your own mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical well being, and the best part? It's absolutely free!