THE BREATH is the FIRST place we Should Look to Affect Change.
One Day "Breath for Life" Workshop with experienced Guest Teacher Ben Wolff.
For teachers, trainee teachers, experienced students/anyone interested in breath work.
95% of our ENERGY comes in from the breath. 70% of what the body eliminates goes out through the breath. The breath, therefore is the first place we should look to affect change. Science shows nearly everyone is currently over-breathing, making this a Number 1 culprit behind stress, insomnia, disturbed sleep, anxiety, depression and negative thinking, chronic pain, asthma, migraine headaches, panic attacks and even back problems & weight gain.
The optimal breath rate for adults is between 3 & 6 breaths a minute. We typically take between 12 & 20. Hence we are clinically 80% stressed before we’ve even got out of our chairs. By balancing the breath we bring back balance to our systems and to our lives. After all, shallow breathing leads to shallow thinking and panic breathing leads to panic. As the Buddha said “the path to enlightenment begins and ends at the breath”. This is Breath For Life.
Ben will share with you the most important discoveries in breath research. Neuroscience shows that there is a breath rate for you that’s your own personal sweet spot; where head, heart, lungs and the major organs of the body all resonate and a coherent, syncronised rhythm waves and pulses throughout your system. This brings with it a harmony, wellness and great feelings of relaxation, zest, energy and control; quite unlike anything you’re currently experiencing. It’s simple. It’s effective. It’s life changing.
Brought on by his recovery from serious illness and 3 years of continuous research and investigation Ben Wolffwill share his findings from both ancient wisdom traditions and modern science in ways that are open and accessible to everyone.
· Breath for accelerated healing
· Breath for anxiety, stress and panic attacks
· Breath for insomnia
· Breath for pain management and reduction
· Breath for asthma
· Breath for depression and negativity
2 March 2016