WHY IS IT SO HARD TO RELAX?

Why some people are always in the zone, ready to take the toughest decisions in the blink of an eye, while others get easily psyched up and require a whole weekend to recover from a small negative comment?

Our ability to cope with and think during stressful events is strongly linked with the way we breathe.

For most people their ability to breathe is taken for granted, and rightly so as our breath follow us throughout life. When you stop breathing you will no longer have to worry about meetings, to do lists or anything really. At the same time:

We bare the consequences of poor breathing habits the same way we pay the price of poor posture. Anxiety or lower back pain just the symptoms.

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HOW I GUIDE MY MOST STRESSED CLIENTS INTO RELAXATION?

When I train my clients to keep their nervous systems calm I introduce them to a series of principles. Three of the most important ones are:

• Breathe Effortlessly when they are not conscious of their breath

• Calm their Nervous System down when agitated

• Apply lifestyle habits that will improve their breathing capacity.

Exercise
Breathing Check-In
Calm Your Nervous System Through Your Breath
No. 1 Lifestyle Factor for Breathing

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Audios

You can practice the 2 breathing exercises described in the videos anytime, through the following 2 links. 

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Deepen your Practice

If you want to train yourself to breathe well when you are not conscious of your breath check out the Breathe Right 2-week course.

Breathe Right Course