Soul Breath Yoga
Every psychological state, every emotional state, every physiological state has a corresponding or associated breathing pattern. The way we breathe when we are peaceful and calm is different than the way we breathe when we are angry and upset.
When your state changes, your breathing pattern changes. It’s a two-way street: when you change your breathing pattern, you change your state! We can use the breath to hack into our nervous system, our brain, our immune system. We can use the breath to choose our state!
When we control our breathing, we control our awareness, our focus and our life force energy. When the breath flows fully and freely our natural creative and healing energies flow fully and freely.
Conscious breathing. Conscious breathing is the practice of breathing with awareness, intention and attention to your inner experience, in the present moment.
It is an experiential field of study and practice that encompasses a variety of breathing techniques utilised individually and in groups, to cultivate self-awareness and the enhancement of physical, emotional, cognitive, or spiritual well-being.
Used regularly, conscious breathing can help people develop the skill of relaxation, even in challenging situations and it is at the core of many psychological therapies, meditation and yoga practices.
Conscious breathing can be practiced by all ages in all circumstances including; schools, the workplace, hospitals, and during periods of stress.
Conscious Connected Breath ...
Is a simple & gentle conscious breathing technique. Conscious Connected Breathing (CCB) is a breathing pattern in which the breather intentionally connects the inhale with the exhale without any pauses.
CCB gives us access to our unconscious mind, and allows us to delve deep to explore our inner world.
By creating a cycle with the breath, we allow unresolved emotions and experiences to complete their own cycle. This is the natural path of healing, something being completed, integrated and resolved, which has been surppressed or frozen in the past.