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Breathing is one of the most natural things we do as humans. It is a gift and a very powerful tool that can enable us to create more ease and balance in our lives. Taking time to focus on the breath allows us to pause from daily stresses, physical symptoms, and emotions that have taken over the mind. It is in that moment where we focus on the breath that we can return to a neutral state of being, gain clarity, feel rejuvenated, and enhance an overall sense of well-being.

Before you begin

  • You be the judge. If you feel any discomfort or lightheadedness, stop immediately and return to normal breathing. Take a moment, pause and understand how you are feeling.

  • Never force or restrict your breath. Don’t compromise the quality of the breath. Do the best that you can. The more you practice, the longer you’ll be able to perform the exercises, and eventually, you’ll be able to use more of your lung capacity.

  • Patience and practice. Breathwork should be done with great care and awareness. Try to stay focused on the journey, not the destination! Over time, you will start to notice the benefits of the practice.

  • Precautions. If you are pregnant, or suffer from diabetes, high/low blood pressure, heart conditions, epilepsy or vertigo, please consult your health care provider before performing any of these breathing exercises.


The Benefits

  • Helps improve hypertension

  • Helps improve digestive system function

  • Boosts the immune system

  • Strengthens the respiratory system

  • Helps relieve symptoms of chronic stress and mood imbalances

  • Can help improve sleep quality and reduce insomnia

Let's get started

  • Find a quiet place within your home to set up your sacred space and burn some incense.

  • Work with your favourite essential oils or crystals to enhance your meditation.

  • Use good headphones or stereo speakers for optimal sound.

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