© 2018 by Crystal Dawn Rios

  • Learn breath exercises that increase aliveness and better relationships
  • Reduce stress and sleep better
  • Lower blood pressure and promote better circulation
  • Strengthen abdominal muscles
  • Relieve general body aches and pains
  • Release toxins from the body

If you learn and use these breathing practices that you will receive during the 12 Day Breathing Tune-Up you will avoid SHALLOW BREATHING that causes anxiety and stress.

If you learn and use these breathing practices our master teachers show you, you'll get more aliveness, more present, and a greater sense of home within yourself.

Here is what you will get if you take what we teach you and use it:

- A breathing practice that becomes second nature.

- A go to shift move that will help you in stressful moments.

- An easy way to enjoy each moment consciously.

- Bigger and Better Breathes.

- More oxygen in your bloodstream.

Here are a few interesting statistics that will help you reduce anxiety, stress, and depression through breathing:

Psychological studies have revealed breathing practice to be an effective non-pharmacological intervention for emotion enhancement (Stromberg et al., 2015), including a reduction in anxiety, depression, and stress (Brown and Gerbarg, 2005a,bAnju et al., 2015).

Supportive evidence has also come from a line of RCTs of TCC and yoga (Benson, 1996Telles et al., 2000Oakley and Evans, 2014).

When scientists researched this, here is what they found that helped people:

A 1-day breathing exercise was found to relieve the emotional exhaustion and depersonalization induced by job burnout (Salyers et al., 2011).

 

A 30-session intervention with a daily duration of 5 min can significantly decrease the anxiety of pregnant women experiencing preterm labor (Chang et al., 2009).

 

In addition, similar effects on anxiety was observed in a 3-days intervention study, where breathing practices were performed 3 times per day (Yu and Song, 2010).

Further evidence from a randomized controlled trial (RCT) suggested that a 7-days intensive residential yoga program that included pranayama (breathing exercises) reduced anxiety and depression in patients with chronic low back pain (Tekur et al., 2012).

 

Here is what to do right now to make sure you make the most of every breath.


Slow down your breathing.

Focus on the exhale and notice how your belly moves.

Breathe big into your belly and loosen your abdominal muscles.

Create a soft moveable core.

Sign up for our 12 Day Breathing Tune-Up!

Discover more breathing practices and TUNE-UP how you breathe!