Unlock better breathing with this FREE exercise class online. Tight muscles around the neck, shoulders, and chest inhibit good breathing. A simple daily routine can help you remove the tension from overworked ‘bad breathing muscles’ and allow you to access the ‘good breathing muscles’.
Do you spend too much time sitting down, at the desk, or feeling tense and stressed? Do something good for your body instead and take some time out to breathe, stretch and clear the mind.
• Anyone who spends a lot of time at a desk
• Busy mums who need a way to get a clear mind and a healthy body
• Anyone who suffers from pain or anxiety
• Anyone who wants to retrain their breathing habits and find optimal health and wellness
• Anyone who struggles with neck and back pain and what to look holistically to reduce pain.
We are not designed to be on the go and under stress long term. Our primitive response to survival can get hijacked with our daily habits, our emotions and the things we think about.
One of the main habits that change when we are stressed is we breathe faster and recruit our back up breathing muscles. These are not designed to be used 17,000 plus times a day(the amount we breathe on average) and fatigue, tighten and can even create trigger points that can refer pain or alter movement patterns.
Learning which muscles are affected and how to release and relax them is one of the steps to reducing stress and breathing better long term.
These are all common symptoms of ineffective breathing which are triggered by our bodies stress reaction.
Learning to breathe better can change your life. Learning to breathe effectively and efficiently allows your body to be prepared for times of stress, grief, and change. By changing the habits in the body and learning joy (Learn more in our full 30-day Stress Relief and Better Breathing Course) breathing you can impact the emotions and thoughts we experience.
There are multiple ways of allowing the body to restore back to calm. Breathing retraining, relaxation, stretching, cardio are just a few ways that can reduce stress hormones in the body. The key is understanding that your body may respond better to one style of getting you to calm then another. Finding out which is the right way is what takes work but is worth it. Trust us, your body will thank you for it!