Take a moment to relax and refresh your eyes

Your eyes are busy all day long looking from one screen to another (like emails like this). Our eyes watch the road in front of us, show us words to read, and survey the sunsets: our eyes are the windows to our world. They work hard non-stop to see our world for us, now they deserve to be pampered.


This week I have a special free video lesson for you, and your hard working eyes.

Here are 4 ways to relax and refresh your eyes using imagery: 

DD1501_Franklin-Method_Banner_1028x1028_Pintrest_InstaHere is what you will learn and experience in this 10 week online workshop:

We will use imagery as well as embodiment of the design, structure and movements of the diaphragm, ribs, lungs, abdominal muscles. You will learn how they can work together to strengthen and free up both body and mind. With easy-to- do imagery, touch, voice and movement exercises; we will explore the mechanics and physiology of breathing. We will explore the dynamic three-dimensional patterns of breathing involving muscles, bones and organs.

Learn & Experience:

  • How breathing works and what it actually means to breathe well.
  • How breathing can improve your endurance & flexibility.
  • Feeling more present, calm and energized from within.

If you purchase the course before December 1st, you will receive our biggest early bird discount yet: $60 off the price!

Register for the course here or check out a free lesson here.


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  • Helen Frick

    Hi Eric,
    thank you very much for the awesome video about the eyes, great fun.

  • Ciara Foster

    I’m very interested in doing the 10 week breathing course. However, I’ve never done on-line training before and have a few questions please. 1. If I don’t get to the video each specific week, will I still be able to access it? 2. Are videos view once only or can I watch multiple times? Many thanks for your help, Ciara.

    • teresa@franklinmethod.com

      You have lifetime access to the course, you can watch as many times as you would like!


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