You can survive only days without water and only a few weeks without food.  Yet without oxygen we can only survive a few minutes.

Approximately 70% of our toxins are released from our body through our breath.  Increasing your breath will naturally increase the release of toxins.

When we are stressed or angry or in pain our breath becomes shallow and our muscles tighten.  Connected breathing helps to release this.

By activating the parasympathetic nervous system relaxes us and reduces our heart rate.  Not to be confused with the sympathetic nervous system, which increases our blood flow and heart rate to prepare us for a fight or flight response.

Diaphragmatic breathing helps to relax the mind enhancing our focus, concentration and our ability to learn and memorise.  Diaphragmatic breathing also relieves stress, anxiety, depression and negative thought patterns.

Deep breathing helps to release tension in the primary breathing muscles and diaphragm, helping to relieve many long-term respiratory issues such as asthma and breathlessness.

The lymphatic system depends on muscle movement, breathing and gravity to keep flowing.  Diaphragmatic breathing contributes to protecting the body from bacteria, viruses and other threats to our health.

The Transformational Breath® technique creates space for a relaxed mind with more clarity.  By reducing stress and anxiety we can sleep better, feel better and let go of suppressed emotions and unhealthy lifestyle behaviours and past hurt and anger.  The deeper we go the more we can clear past trauma and emotional baggage.

Conscious connected breathing can grant you access to higher levels of awareness.  Creating a deeper connection with our self and inner wisdom.

Breathing deep into the belly increases the blood flow in the digestive tract which improves overall digestion, alleviating  Irritable Bowel Syndrome and other digestive disorders.