How To Improve Your BreathingJun 03, 2021
Try this with me: Take a nice, slow deep breath in through your nose and bring awareness to what is happening with your breath.
- Did it cause your shoulders to go up into your ears?
- Does it feel stuck into your chest?
- Did you feel anxious?
- Or do you have no idea what I'm talking about?
As much as you try to improve your breathing patterns, you feel stressed that it's not going how you want it to go.
*Oh beautiful friend, I have been there.*
But the good news is you can always work to improve your breath.
Can I give you my secret weapon? I want to give you my visualization technique.
*You read that right! I want you to visualize something you can't see.*
Over the years, I have helped thousands of women reconnect with their bodies through breath, and visualization is always the piece they've been missing.
>>This breath practice is the key to improving your breathing patterns.<<
But don’t take my word for it! Try it out for yourself!
Before we dive into all of the details, I need you to do one thing for me:
>>I need you to be okay with where you're at today.<<
I promise you, this is the most crucial component of the technique.
Understand that where you are today is going to help you get to where you want to go.
Are you in?
*Good, I knew I liked you!*
First things first, bring awareness to your breath.
- What emotions come up
- Where does it physically go
- Is it causing something else to happen in your body
If your breath feels restricted, it can make everything else you're working towards that much harder to get to and cause your body more stress.
That said, be open to what comes up for you and let any judgment go.
>>The sooner you're aware of what's holding you back, the sooner it can get better.<<
Don't let your breath be an added stressor in your life because it has the potential to improve your movement, health, deep core function, back pain, diastasis recti...
The list goes on!
>>The cool thing about breath is that it plays a role on our physical bodies, energy levels, and nervous system.<<
That's why it's important that you don't overlook this powerful tool!
So many times, women get fixated on wanting to improve something in their body that they do it so forcefully that it negates any of the positive effects that they were trying to get from it.
This is where visualization comes in because our brain LOVES visuals.
By visualizing your breath going in through your nose, down into the sides of your ribs, and out into your back, you are learning to work with your breath rather than forcing it to go where you want it to go.
To be honest, I don’t expect much to come up for you at all when you start to visualize your breath and bring awareness to it.
But if you never know where you're at then how are you ever going to get to where you want to go?
Do you want more clarity on how to properly breathe into your pelvic floor?
*I have just the thing, Beautiful!*
This Pelvic Floor Guide helps you improve these visualization techniques so you can begin healing your body from the inside out!
You can download it >>HERE<< and start to improve your pelvic floor function.