I have been doing Breathwork for about 5 years now. I discovered it in the depths of emotional trauma and decided to jump in and give a go. Something had to give as I couldn't go on the way I was. Little did I release that I shouldn't have done as I suffered from Epilepsy. Well I am off my meds and healthier than before. My mind is so much more stronger and I feel in control and not lost. Breathwork is giving me the meds I need and thankfully its natural, energizing and the benefits just keep going on.
I’ve just finished writing my first parasympathetic journey for my functional breathing client who’s 70 years old and suffers from numb feet (I believe due to her chest breathing and general stress levels). Wish us both luck that it helps!
My name is Kevin Beaufrand, I am a Caribbean french living in South Carolina USA. I wear a few different health “hats”; I am a personal trainer, nutritionist, mindset coach, and I am obsessed with becoming the best version of myself daily. I love training, martial arts, and overall exercise. I am also a recovered alcoholic, and helping as many people as possible find recovery through optimal health is my mission and calling. Breath work is one area where my knowledge is lacking, so I am excited to learn about this as I know it is incredibly important!
Must say this is wildly out of my comfort zone - not the breathing ;) - but the sharing. I normally dont share anything on social media or online, not so good when wanting to share your light. Breathing slowly as I'm feeling excitement shadowed by fear and imposter syndrome. Heyoo✌ So, introducing me. Camilla is my name and I am from the beutiful place called Norway. I'm excited and grateful to start my certification program tomorrow. Sigh... of relief. Thank you for reading. "You are me, I am you - we are made for eachother"
HI Everyone. My name is Antoinette and I am from South Africa. I am new to breathwork but so far loving some of the exercises I have been trying out. My favourite one probably being the 10/20/30 technique. I am in the process of working through the 5 day challenge and have just completed day 4 but have a question. In the content section of day 4 when Brian describes the practice for the day, he says that we hold on the in breath as well as on the out breath but when he did the actual practice, he only instructed us to hold on the in breath. I would really appreciate some clarification on this.
Welcome to the community. Have fun practising breathworks. On your query, follow what he mentioned in the explanation of technique. Sometimes in actual recording of session, there is a chance of missing while in the flow.