Meditation, Mindfulness and Breathing Techniques
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Ready to stop overthinking and start feeling more focused? Try one of these breathing techniques: 1. Square breathing 2. Alternate Nostril Breathing 3. Breath of Fire Click on the pin for a video on how to do each one. #breathingexercise #anxiety #focus #breathwork
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A good breathing exercise to help reduce anxiety is the 4-7-8 breathing technique. You can stimulate the vagus nerve even more whilst doing this by adopting a yogic technique known as brahmari breath, which involves humming on the exhale, thus vibrating the vocal cords. #sleepbetter #reduceanxiety #stressrelief #breathingexercise #breathe #breathing #yoga #meditation
Try Alternate Nostril Breathing - Nadi Shodhana
Anxiety has a way of drawing your attention to the future. You want to enjoy the moment as is, but start to preoccupy yourself with a bunch of what ifs. Using grounding techniques is effective in bringing you back to the present moment. Calm your body and mind with these 8 helpful exercises!
Test out this little breathing trick the next time you are thrown off course by your screaming child. Or by an unreasonable client. A passive aggressive colleague. Or a driver with road rage. Read our blog to learn how to practice box breathing. #mindfulreturn #justbreathe #boxbreathing #breathingtechniques #breathingexercises #yoga #workingmom #momhacks
Want to sleep better and start to relax? Square (or box) breathing techniques can help!
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This breathing technique is called box breathing method or square breathing and the idea is to envision drawing a square or to use your finger to draw an invisible square in the air with each step. This makes is SUPER easy to remember and is always the #1 technique I teach, especially to kids, because it helps you focus on each step which is THE SECRET to taking your mind away from the anxiety and towards mindful breathing.