Dr Richard Brown expert of Coherent Breathwork will join us live for an exciting conversation all about the power of Breath Coherence. What is Breath Coherence, What are the Benefits and How do we do it?
Dr. Richard P. Brown is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons where he obtained his medical degree 1977
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Dr. Brown developed a comprehensive neurophysiological theory of the effects of yoga breathing on the mind and body, particularly its benefits in anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Drawing upon his research and experiences as a certified teacher of Aikido (4th Dan), yoga, Qigong, and Open Focus Meditation, he developed the Breath~Body~Mind workshops for health care professionals, yoga teachers, survivors of mass disasters, research studies, people with medical illnesses such as cancer, and the general public. His workshops teach a unique fusion of ancient and modern mind-body techniques derived from QiGong, yoga, Christian monks, Coherent Breathing, Open Focus Attention Training, meditation, and martial arts. Through rounds of gentle movement, breathing and relaxation/meditation, participants learn how to improve energy, sleep quality, mood, stress resilience, emotion regulation, anger management, mental focus, compassion, empathy, closer relationships, and peace of mind.
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Welcome to TAKE A DEEP BREATH (TADB), here you will find a huge variety of Breathing Exercises for Health, Relaxation & Motivation, as well as interviews with the worlds leading experts in Breathwork and Wellness.
Our breathing tutorials will help you cope with stress and anxiety, raise your energy and improve your immune system.
Our video library has a wide variety of breathing exercises such as The Wim Hof Method, The Buteyko Method, Box Breathing, Breath of Fire and many other Yoga breathwork pranayama’s.
Breathwork has been an integral part of Yoga for centuries, and now with the help of people such as Wim Hof, Patrick McKeown, and Joe Rogan, breathwork is now part of mainstream society.
These Breathing exercises are extremely powerful and act as mindfulness meditation, breathwork allows you to activate your parasympathetic nervous system which reduces the stress hormone cortisol.
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Do not practice this breathwork during pregnancy, or if you are epileptic. People with cardiovascular issues, or any other serious health conditions, should always consult a medical professional before starting breathwork. These breathing exercises are a guide only, you should always listen to your own body and not push yourself, if you feel unwell STOP. Never practice breathing exercises before or during diving, driving, swimming, taking a bath, or in any other circumstance where the loss of consciousness could result in bodily harm. Deep breathing may cause tingling sensations, a ringing in the ears, and/or light-headedness. These are normal responses and are no cause for alarm. If you faint, however, you have gone too far and should take it more slowly next time.
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