Assess your breathing fitness! How many of these 25 symptoms and behaviors associated with problematic breathing do you have?

Create A Breathing Fitness Goal That Inspires You

What’s your breathing fitness goal? What’s your “why”? Maybe you frequently can’t catch your breath and want more control. Maybe you want to complete an athletic
What’s your breathing fitness goal? What’s your “why”? Maybe you frequently can’t catch your breath and want more control. Maybe you want to complete an athletic event without collapsing just past the finish line. Maybe you just want to feel comfortable reading a couple stories to a child on your lap without getting winded!
Over the years, I’ve noticed four reasons why some new students — excited at first with the prospect of doing something holistic, free and easy
Over the years, I’ve noticed four reasons why some new students — excited at first with the prospect of doing something holistic, free and easy to reduce symptoms, boost stamina and comfort in their body — stall out on breathing training. Here’s a description of some typical obstacles that can arise and how to work with them skillfully so you can set yourself up for success to keep going!
"If I'm still alive, I guess I'm breathing well enough!" is a refrain I often hear. I can certainly agree that, especially these days, if
“If I’m still alive, I guess I’m breathing well enough!” is a refrain I often hear. I can certainly agree that, especially these days, if it doesn’t look like something is broken, I don’t have enough time, money or energy to incrementally fix it “just because”!

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