HOW YOU BREATHE MATTERS
‘No matter what we eat, how much we exercise, how resilient our genes are, how skinny or young or wise we are – none of it will matter unless we’re breathing correctly – James Nestor, in his book, ‘Breath’
We breathe on average 25,000 per day and we rarely give it a second thought. Yet our physical and mental health is directly linked with how we breathe.
No matter the state of your health, dysfunctional breathing habits could be having a negative impact on your body and mind without you even realising it. And, if you are suffering with a condition or illness, breathing practices have the potential to transform your health.
ANYONE CAN PRACTICE
Whether you’re simply curious about how breathing practices could benefit your health, or whether you have a particular condition that you’d like help with, Felicity will work with you to evaluate your breathing habits and explore suitable practices.
Breathing practices can help with:
WHAT TO EXPECT
Through bespoke online private tuition, we’ll explore ways in which you can improve your breathing habits and make breathing practices part of your everyday life. We also offer corporate breathing classes and workshops to enhance workplace wellbeing, either in-person or online. No equipment is needed.
Felicity is an award-winning yoga teacher with over 7 years of teaching experience. She qualified as a Yoga Alliance 200-hour certified teacher in Hatha Yoga in 2014. In 2018, she completed the triyoga 300-hour Advanced Teacher Training Programme and so she's now qualified as a Yoga Alliance 500-hour certified teacher. She went on to train for an additional 300 hours in Vinyasa Flow Yoga with Jason Crandell, which she completed in April 2020. With this, together with her Pregnancy, Postnatal, Restorative and Children's Yoga teaching qualifications, she has completed over 1000 hours of teacher training.
Felicity has completed over 40 hours of breathing teacher training, including a course for Covid and Long Covid.
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You might also like to read her blog post: How you breathe matters.