Breathing is the most primitive and most essential aspect of human life. We can live for sometime without food or water but without the breath we cannot exist.
Rarely are we conscious of our breathing patterns, shallow breathing when stressed or rapid breathing when anxious. During these difficult periods it is very hard to reflect on how we are breathing unless we have developed a mindful practice. In which case we are able to calm our mind, ook at the reality of the situation and be courageous and truthful in our actions.
By learning to recognize the breath is the initial lesson. To take a step back and pause for an instant and take the first conscious breath, that begins the true change. With this, we gain a deeper understanding of how we breathe and are able to change the physical and emotional tension in the body, gaining awareness of the breath and body as a whole.
There are physical, emotional and mental benefits to a Concious Hara Breathing practice. By developing a good breathing practice the body will begin to regulate blood pressure, respiratory, circulation and digestion. This in turn will result in better sleep cycles and overall better physical health. With continued practice the Conscious Hara Breath will begin to clear and calm the mind, reduce stress and anxiety, reduce negative thought patterns and alleviate bouts of depresssion. By circulating the breath more energy is gained and more toxins are released. And once the breathing practice is well established supressed emotions and traumas can be let go. True growth can begin and inner peace attained.
CONSCIOUS HARA BREATHING CLASSES: begin October 2, 2017- 9:30-1030am
Breathing classes will be held at the Better Life Studios, 390 Dupont St. suite 201. For more information please contact Adarsa at (416) 301--4931 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org