How are your breathing behaviours these days?
A lot of people come to us for breathing techniques and coaching that will boost their performance and make them more productive.
That’s a huge part of why we do what we do, but there’s a whole other side of benefits that we feel don’t get as much attention.
Breathing techniques work to regulate our nervous system, calm our physiology, and regulate the way our body works.
Yes, they boost focus, productivity, and energy…
But they’re also an incredible tool for emotional wellbeing and tapping into a more grounded, stable sense of self.
As we deploy our breathing techniques, we change the chemical composition of our body which works to dissipate stress hormones like cortisol and adrenaline.
When you practice it in the moment, you’ll notice you calm down and feel more balanced.
When you implement these tools regularly in the long term. That’s when the magic happens!
You start to feel that your baseline for stress changes and you feel more grounded and peaceful overall.
These breathing exercises are working to balance out your biology, body chemistry, and hormones so both your mind and body are less prone to aggravation and reaction.
Feeling better might be easier than we think.