Breath-Work

Breath-Work

How we breathe affects our physical and mental wellbeing. Throughout this series we will help you to bring awareness and control to your breath so that you can energise when feeling fatigued, or calm and soothe when feeling stressed.

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Breath-Work
  • 4:2:6 Breath

    A powerful breath work that focuses on extended exhales to help regulate the Central Nervous System.
    As we extend the exhale we send a message to our brain that we are safe and don't need to be hyper vigilant. It takes us out of our Sympathetic Nervous System (fight or flight) and puts us into ou...

  • Nadi Shodhana Breathwork

    Nadi Shodhana, or “alternate nostril breathing,” is a simple yet powerful technique that settles the mind, body, and emotions. You can use it to quiet your mind before beginning a meditation practice, and it is particularly helpful to ease racing thoughts if you are experiencing anxiety, stress, ...

  • Tri Part Breath

    This breathing exercise is said to help improve lung function, increase oxygen intake, and reduce stress and anxiety. Additionally, this type of breathing exercise can also help to improve digestion and elimination.

  • Box Breath

    Box Breath is a quick and easy way to destress the mind and body as it creates a sense of calm and clarity. A wonderful tool to incorporate into your work day or bedtime routine as it helps to regulate the nervous system and relax the mind for sleep.

  • Breath Inquiry

    By connecting to our breath and breathing patterns we can start to understand so much more about our own nervous system and physical body. This is the first step to mindfulness - awareness and observation.

  • Ocean Breath (Ujjayi Pranayama)

    The benefits of Ocean Breath are numerous: it soothes the nervous system, calms the mind and boosts metabolism. It is a tranquilizing breath-work, but it also has a heating effect, stimulating the process of oxidation. Ocean breath is a beautiful way to access mindfulness and introduce more energ...

  • Anuloma Krama Pranayama

    Anuloma means “to go with the natural flow” and Krama means “in steps.” In this pranayama technique, the process of breathing in is broken into stages or steps, followed by a long, smooth exhalation. The inhalation cultivates energy and vitality while the length and exhalation supports relaxation...