Breathe to Balance

Oxygen is the single most important element that moves through our bodies; we simply can’t live without it. And breathing is the means by which we carry oxygen throughout our bodies. Breathing not only supplies our organs with oxygen, it also helps to remove waste and toxins from our bodies.

Yet, the average person takes an average of 12 to 20 breaths each minute—which is much faster than what’s recommended for optimal health. With awareness—by practicing conscious breathing, yoga, and meditation—the pace slows down to between four and seven breaths each minute. This means that when we practice being conscious of our breath and when we’re in a relaxed state of mind, our breath will naturally slow down. And when our breath slows, it becomes more nourishing.

Different breathing techniques can help you solve different problems in your life. If you want to energize your mind and body quickly, there are a few breathing techniques you can learn. If you want to improve your digestion, lower your blood pressure, or settle your anxiety, there are other breathing exercises that can help there, too.

This free, online program will teach you four breathing techniques that will literally change your life. Not only can conscious breathing improve your health in various ways, but just one conscious breath can make the difference between a positive and a negative outcome in any situation.

Sign up to start learning how to breathe your way to a more balanced, healthy state of being. The program is completely free of charge—we’ll send you practical breathing techniques straight to your inbox. We can’t wait to share these powerful tools with you.

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“At this moment, you are seamlessly flowing with the cosmos. There is no difference between your breathing and the breathing of the rain forest, between your bloodstream and the world’s rivers, between your bones and the chalk cliffs of Dover.”
-Deepak Chopra

“Breath is the vehicle of consciousness and so, by its slow measured observation and distribution, we learn to tug our attention away from external desires toward a judicious, intelligent awareness.”
-B.K.S. Iyengar