Breathing Exercises

Learning to work with and maximize our body’s natural breathing capacity can strengthen our physical, mental and emotional health, improve resilience, and optimize our performance.

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Depending on how we do it, the way that we breathe can help us feel more relaxed or more energized. It can help us manage our psychological state, mental clarity and emotional stability.

Breathing exercises are a widely acknowledged and welcome stress-management tool. The stressors of today’s world make it a valuable add to any personal development training.

“… he noticed that patients in the worst health all seemed to breathe far too much. The more they breathed, the worse off they were, especially those with hypertension” 

“… and they all likely benefitted from the same calming effect.”

James Nestor, Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art

A breathing practice can help public speakers anchor vocal projection and deliver with vocal power and clarity.

And, as a deep relaxation technique, conscious breathing can help open perception and facilitate new points of view and idea generation – valuable assets in creative thinking.

All training includes breathing exercises and training on the principles behind them informed by studies as actor, voice-over artist, and by the recent work of author James Nestor (Breath: The New Science of. a Lost Art) and Breathology coursework.

Will be able to use what I learned in real-world situations. 

Joachim, non-profit manager