Use your breath to tap away Stress
Are you aware of the detrimental effects that stress and anxious thoughts can have on your work and health? However, were you also aware that improper breathing can contribute to these issues? Fortunately, we have the solution for you.
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Scientific research shows that a bad breathing leads to problems at all body systems.
Working with the breath has been a practice that dates back to the existence of humans. However, for many of us, it has become a forgotten tool that is now resurfacing and gaining renewed attention.
More and more people are discovering the breath for a more relaxed, healthier and more conscious living but also for healing, transformation and personal development.
Breathing is so simple and at the same time so hugely misunderstood. It is a reflection on a psychological, emotional and intimate level. To make your breathing more balanced, it takes perseverance and the will to change.
Conscious breathing improves quality of life and health.
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Breathing during rest and light movement should be imperceptible.
Healthy breathing at rest should be through the nose, driven by the diaphragm.
How to recognise dysfunctional breathing quickly:
✓ Breathing through the mouth
✓ Use of the chest
✓ Irregular and audible during rest
✓ Chronic hyperventilation (breathing too fast causing too much air to be taken in)
✓ Excessive breathlessness during rest or physical exertion (feeling of not getting enough oxygen)
Practical info about the sessions
Breathe To Relax:
✓ 60€ excl VAT. / 72,60€ incl. VAT
✓ 55€ excl VAT. / 66.55€ incl VAT.
Personal Growth Journey:
✓ 450€ excl VAT. / 544.50€ incl. VAT
At Groenendaallaan 103 in Merksem.
Would you like to organise one yourself (from 8 people upwards)? Then it can also be given at another location in consultation.
Online Breathwork Training
These online masterclasses are specifically designed to fit into your busy lifestyle. You can watch and/or listen to them at your convenience and at your own pace.
whether you're seated, in your car, or wherever you may be. By investing in yourself and enrolling in the course, you can embark on a journey towards a calmer, more focused, and successful life.
Experience the power of an impactful breathing class that aims to release blockages in both your body and mind. This transformative session can help reduce stress and quiet racing thoughts. Highly recommended for individuals who are genuinely seeking self-discovery and a deeper understanding of themselves.
A comprehensive and trustworthy online course that teaches you the practice of relaxing breathwork in a safe and effective manner.
"A scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents, but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new generation grows up familiar with it..."
~ Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck from breathing: the great healer
Breathe to relax
Learn in this breathing training how to use relaxing breathing techniques to release tension and stress in no time, sleep better and increase concentration.
Do you ever dwell on your thoughts and wonder how you can actively adjust them? Or do they remain stuck in the same patterns and filters? Our breathing is like a mirror that shows us how we are really doing. When stressed, we breathe faster and higher, when relaxed, we breathe slower and deeper.
During this training, you will not only learn breathing techniques that will immediately help you relax and reduce stress, but also techniques that will help you greatly in everyday life.
During this training you:
Personal growth course with ecstatic breathwork
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Frequently asked questions
Some common abnormal breathing patterns include:
- shallow breathing
- rapid breathing
- ratio of inhalation to exhalation
- limited mobility
- poor posture
- dysfunction of the respiratory muscles
When you unconsciously and shallowly breathe, neglecting to engage your belly, it often results in noisy breathing. You may also experience moments of "air hunger," a sensation that you are not taking deep enough breaths.
80% of the population only utilizes 30% of their lung capacity, indicating a prevalence of incorrect breathing practices. Understanding the concept of incorrect breathing is crucial in order to prevent its occurrence. Tension, anxiety, fatigue, and excessive exertion often contribute to an irregular breathing pattern.
As a result, our bodies produce higher levels of stress hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline. Some individuals may experience symptoms such as shortness of breath, dizziness, tingling in the limbs, fainting, and even chest pain as a result of these hormones.
How can you recognize improper breathing? Look out for the following signs:
- Regularly breathing through your mouth
- Frequent sighing or yawning
- Occasional dizziness or lightheadedness
- Holding your breath or irregular breathing
- Shallow breathing (not from the abdomen)
- Breathing too frequently and rapidly
- Producing loud noises while breathing
- Experiencing periods of air hunger
Absolutely not, our breathing therapy aims to empower you with the ability to take control of your breathing and effectively manage stressful situations. We provide you with the necessary tools to continue practicing and improving your breathing at home as well. Don't hesitate to embark on this transformative journey!
One in ten people experience faulty breathing, which is often influenced by external factors. These factors include exertion, speaking habits, weather/climate conditions, and the composition of inhaled air (such as pollen, house dust mites, and exhaust fumes).
During periods of stress or tension, shallow breathing is frequently observed. While shallow breathing may not have immediate severe consequences, prolonged shallow breathing can contribute to functional disorders such as cardiac arrhythmias and digestive problems.
Via this link You can access this link to view a collection of exercises that can help with stress, anxiety, and hyperventilation. Additionally, after attending the relaxing or performance breathing therapy workshop, you will receive a summary of all the exercises we covered during the session. This will enable you to effortlessly continue practicing them in the comfort of your own home.
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"We breathe automatically anyway, what can you do with that..."
Scientific evidence on breathing
Read articles on respiration published in Pub Med & NIH: