Join me for a 5-minute practice every week (posted on Monday’s) to help you return to your essence, strengthen your spirit, and cultivate your health using the grounding and energizing power of your breath!
Today’s practice will help you to release the pressure of expectations and thinking about the future so you can access the power of your creative and rational mind NOW.
This uplifting practice focuses on the solar plexus – your center of power. It’s also great for stimulating the digestive fires and strengthening the nervous system, lungs and abdominal muscles.
Push pause with me to settle stress and energize your brain!
“There is no single more powerful – or more simple – daily practice to further your health and wellbeing than breath.” – Dr. Andrew Weil
Today’s practice will oxygenate and rejuvenate your brain, while returning you to your body, a practice that I have to do over and over again throughout my day to foster creativity and reunite with myself.
Today we go back to the basics and remember how to breathe properly for optimal health.
Today’s simple yet powerful practice helps to…
You can’t give from an empty cup. Fill your cup with me! I feel better after just 4 rounds.
Today in Breathwork for Busy People we practice Square Breath, a breathing practice and meditation that can help you:
You can practice with your eyes open while walking, driving, working, cooking, even in work meetings to settle internal busyness and distraction.
Brahmari or Bee breath is one of my favorite, quick practices for settling anxiety, anger, irritability and stress. Buzzz with me and feel the vibrations!
Sometimes I feel tense, like an over-filled tire about to pop. Can you relate? This technique helps to release some of this tension and pressure, and it reminds me to SLOW DOWN. Physiologically it calms the sympathetic nervous system so you can access you more clear, relaxed and natural state. Practice for 2 to 5 minutes, or continuously anytime you notice pressure building up. (I often do this practice while cooking, walking, driving, etc. to settle internal busyness.)
Perk up with this very short, very powerful breathing practice.*
*Practice 3-5 rounds. It’s completely normal to feel a bit dizzy or lightheaded as you’re getting lots of fresh oxygen to your brain, but if this becomes too much, release the technique and continue with long slow deep breaths.