How to Deepen Your Breath

“Shallow breathing limits the diaphragm’s range of motion. The lowest part of the lungs doesn’t get a full share of oxygenated air. That can make you feel short of breath and anxious.

Deep abdominal breathing encourages full oxygen exchange — that is, the beneficial trade of incoming oxygen for outgoing carbon dioxide. Not surprisingly, it can slow the heartbeat and lower or stabilize blood pressure.”

Excerpt from: Harvard Health Publication, Harvard Medical School

Every cell, every molecule of your body depends on your breath. Oxygen in, carbon dioxide out. Breathing is not just a sign of life, but a requirement for it. This is not in question. How do we get there through? How do we deepen our breath?

In this week’s video  lesson, I show you how to deepen your breath by visualizing the scalene muscle. Join me on this journey to a deeper breath. Your body deserves to be pampered and there is no better way then giving every cell in your body the oxygen it needs to flourish and survive.  Sooth anxiety with this natural stress reliever.

 

Your abdominals also play an important role in breathing and the breath of life.

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  • Cat

    Hi Would it be possible to show the back of the head for this so we can see where you are placing your fingers? Thank you!

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