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A Simple And Efficient Exercise To Decompress Your Core, Access Your Diaphragm And Connect To Your Proper Breath To Manage Your Stress And Anxiety


Stress and anxiety cause us to reactively hold the breath. The implications this has on our systems are far reaching and impacts every aspect of our health. This video will teach you how to decompress the connective tissue in your core and connect to your diaphragmatic breath to help override the reactive mechanism causing stress. 

In This Free Video, We Will Show You...

The difference between breathing through your chest and diaphragm.
Breathing diaphragmatically feeds the body up to 6x the oxygen. The diaphragm is a plate of muscle that acts like a pump to pull in oxygen and remove waste from the body. The secondary muscles for breathing - the muscles of the upper chest are not meant for the purpose of breathing continually and deplete the body of optimal amounts of oxygen. 

How to strengthen your diaphragm muscle.
Like any muscle in the body, we need to strengthen it to become strong. We will teach you a new breathing pattern to help strengthen your diaphragm and core. This is essential to make diaphragmatic breathing a habit. When you encounter stress or anxiety in any circumstance, this will help bring you to a relaxed, internal state.

How to use a towel and/or book as a prop to decompress the fascia (connective tissue) in your belly to access your diaphragm.
Your bodyweight and gravity combined with diaphragmatic breathing applies pressure into your core to help release the restrictions manipulating your breath. We teach you how to use a towel and/or book as a prop to mimic our tool, the Block Buddy.

Help bring your body from a sympathetic to a parasympathetic state.
The sympathetic nervous system directs the body's rapid involuntary response to dangerous or stressful situations. Living in this state due to high stress and anxiety sends a flash flood of hormones, boosts the body's alertness and heart rate which sends extra blood to the muscles.
On the other hand, the parasympathetic nervous system inhibits the body from overworking and restores the body to a calm and composed state. Some of its activities include stimulating digestion, activating metabolism, and helping the body relax. 

...So You Can Manage Your Stress And Anxiety Like Others In Our Community

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