Short and easy breathing techniques to help reduce stress and anxiety. These are easy to use, short practices which can be done anywhere, anytime and whenever you need.
The first video of my mini series of powerful breathing techniques, I share the pranayama Sama Vritti, also known as box breathing, 4 square breathing or equal breathing.
In this second video of my mini series of powerful breathing techniques, I share Nadi Shodhana pranayama, also known as alternate nostril breathing. Many of you may be familiar with this if you practice yoga.
In this third video of my mini series of powerful breathing techniques, I wanted to share something a little bit different and fun; Bhramari pranayama, also known as the Bumble-bee-breath. My kids love this one but being a grown up doesn’t mean we can’t have a bit of fun too!
In this final video of my mini series of powerful breathing techniques to reduce stress and anxiety, I wanted to get out into nature and demonstrate how to use the first technique I shared in video #1, Sama Vritti, box breathing.
In this latest lockdown I have been feeling the strain of homeschooling whilst trying to run my own business, and I know many of you are too. I was recently shown this breathing technique (pranayama), by my beautiful teacher Guru Singh, during a live Kundalini University lecture and I just had to share it with everyone as it is so effective!
Diaphragmatic Breathing, also known as Belly Breathing I’m not sure when I learnt to breathe the 'wrong way', but it must have been at some point in my childhood. We’re all born belly breathing but I remember as a teenager always sucking my belly in. It wasn’t until many years later during a yoga class when the teacher said something about belly breathing that I realised I was breathing incorrectly. I was a bit embarrassed and assumed that I was the only one who breathed in this way. So I pretended to know what the teacher was talking about, then went home and googled it and began to practice. Recently, I was sharing some pranayam (breathing technique) learnings from my course with my family and a few friends, and I came to realise that this is the norm for many!