Take A Breath
Yoga Therapy A La Carte
Take A Breath
Breathing is a subconscious process that goes on automatically all the time. Are you a shallow, short chest heavier? Learn the movement of diaphragmatic breathing and the benefits, how posture plays an important role in breathing.
Take a deep breath and relax. Behind that common piece of advise is a complex series of physiological processes that calm the body, slow the heart and help control pain. many doctors and psychologist are now saying that breathing and controlling your breath is one of the easiest way to improve mental and physical health. Slow, deep and consistent breathing has been shown to have benefits in treating conditions ranging from migraine and irritable bowel syndrome to anxiety disorders and pain.
“If you train yourself to breathe a little bit slower it can have long-term health benefits potentially decreasing inflammation, improving heart health, boosting your immune system and maybe even improving longevity” said Professor of Psychiatry Dr. Murali Doraiswamy at Duke University Medical Center.
Together we will explore what the breath really is, how it moves and the conscious process where we can regulate or alter the timing and pattern by which we breath.
We take breathing for granted but western science is now supporting the eastern philosophy that how we breath can have many health implications.
Explore your relationship to the breath.
“Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a matter of opportunity”
-Hippocrates, ancient Greek physician
Time, Location, Cost: T.B.A.
You do not have to bring anything specific (except a mat and blanket), but an open mind and a friendly attitude.
The workshop is organized in cooperation with OMC Communication LLC D.B.A. HELP YOUR HEALTH,
7561 Center Ave #32, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 – Contact: Rolf Goellnitz – 714-421-0476
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