The missing link – breath vs breathing pattern

Are you breathing the right way?

Here is how to check:

Put one hand on your belly and one hand on your chest.

Take a deep breath. Notice which hand moves first.

Out of the 500+, I’ve assessed breathing on. None was able to use the proper muscle (diaphragm) to breathe optimally.

The belly should expand first. Then the chest.

The ribs should also open and close.

The inability to breathe well keeps our body in a fear state.

This creates pain, tension, and more stress.

The first step to practice proper breathing is simply breathing into the belly.

But there are 3 levels to optimizing breathing.

Level 1: Basic belly breathing

Level 2: Belly and Rib breathing

Level 3: 4 dimensional breathing.

If you’d like to learn more about how to breathe to have more energy, less pain, better sleep and better emotional regulation. I offer a 15-minute free consultation.

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