Perhaps you have been feeling anxious, your mind distracted with swirling thoughts, fatigued, waking up tired without a restful sleep and noticing fluctuations in your mood and emotions.
You may feel like this is your “normal” state or “expected” by-product of your hectic life. However, these are often the indicators of over stimulated sympathetic nervous system, driving stress (‘fight or flight) state in our body. While stress is normal and healthy short-term response, when triggered constantly for prolonged periods of time, it has significant repercussions for all systems and functions of your body and mind. This is where breath comes in.
Your breathing, when it is directed with awareness and purpose, is your biggest ally in reducing stress and restoring optimal balance of your physical and emotional wellbeing and mental health. This is where Conscious Breathing comes in.
Conscious breathing is simply controlling your breathing pattern – depth, flow, pace and length of inhale and exhale – with awareness and purpose for a desired effect, which can range from restorative to transformational.
The power of Conscious breathing on your body and mind is two-fold:
· down-regulating over stimulated sympathetic nervous system reducing stress (‘fight or flight) and
· activating parasympathetic nervous system, stimulating the natural rest and recovery state of the body (‘rest and digest’).
This balancing impact of the Conscious Breathing, on both sides of our nervous system, is paramount for the body to repair itself from the wear and tear caused by stress as well as enabling optimal cognitive performance.
By utilising Conscious Breathing techniques, you can take immediate control your state of being from stress to calm, from distracted mind to focus, from overwhelm to tranquillity and from emotional upheaval to sense of balance.
Conscious Breathing is an umbrella term covering a vast variety of breathing techniques and practices, each with specific emotional, physical and mental impact.
Moreover, each of us have a unique breathing pattern and therefore breathing practices suitable for some, may not benefit you in achieving your goals.
We developed two key breathwork methods, combining our extensive training across a large variety of breathing practices with world renowned masters, institutions and medical doctors.
We serve you based on what you need, not what we know. We are proud to deliver the best and most extensive conscious breathing tool-kit for our clients for long-lasting change.
Breathzone Signature Breathwork ®
Mind-Body Balance & Performance
Our unique method, tapping into the synergy of Conscious Breathing and Mindfulness
Transformational Conscious Breathing® is our Signature Breathwork.
Benefiting from the vast repertoire of Breathing techniques and Mindfulness practices, you will earn to breathe correctly and achieve a blissful state of clarity, focus, peace and energy that you may have never experienced before.
You will gain an extensive array of conscious breathing tool-kit that you can use anytime and anywhere as needed.
Helping you to radically improve your health, well-being and performance in all endeavours of your life.
Transformational Breath ®
Transformational Deep Dive
Our deep and powerful therapeutic method
Benefiting from a specialist full connected diaphragmatic breathing technique, this profound experience will help you go beyond your limiting comfort zone, whether conscious or unconscious.
You will discover and start to dismantle your restricting breathing patterns with associated emotional and mental blockages.
Helping you to release unhelpful patterns of thinking, emotions and behaviours built up and reinforced throughout your life. A profound deep dive to move forward with confidence.
Your state of being and breathing are closely connected. You may have noticed that your breath becomes short and shallow when you are anxious or afraid and it becomes deep when you are happy.
Breathing is the only autonomic function in your body that you can also fully control. Research has crucially shown that the way you breathe not only directly affects every system and function in your body but also has power to influence the thoughts and emotions in your mind. If your breathing pattern changes, whether consciously or unconsciously, then how your body and mind works change accordingly.
This means that you can change your breathing at will to achieve your desired state of being. For example, consciously slowing down and deepening your breath will help you feel calmer. Whereas, faster and deeper breathing will help you to feel naturally energised. Understanding your breathing pattern and learning to control it purposefully is an essential skill if you want to become a healthy, happy, high-performing individual and enhance every aspect of your life.