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The Breathing Book

Vitality and Good Health Through Essential Breath Work Paperback

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Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?

Clearly written and very readable, the focus of this book is not on esoteric breathing exercises but on remembering and relearning the deep, smooth, easy breath we had as children. With lots of explication and diagrams for the analytical among us, and many postures, exercises and meditations to try, this book offers good advice on how to identify and remove habitual stress patterns that encourage shallow or restricted breathing.

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About The Breathing Book

Your breath: a straightforward and practical approach to improving the quality of your life through the most readily accessible resource. 

The safe and easy-to-learn techniques provided in The Breathing Book can also be used to treat asthma and ease stress, depression, eating disorders, insomnia, arthritis, chronic pain, and other debilitating conditions.

 

Customer Reviews

  1. Easy to understand, read and implement step-by-step guide.

    S. C.Wednesday, 30 September 2015

    I really liked this book! It is thorough, easy to read and understand. This is the first time someone has explained it to me in a way I can understand it! Excellent diagrams, exercises, etc. Not only an outstanding yoga teacher but also a good book writer!

  2. Breath Practice Demystified

    CustomerTuesday, 29 September 2015

    Clearly written and very readable, the focus of this book is not on esoteric breathing excercises but on remembering and relearning the deep, smooth, easy breath we had as children. With lots of explication and diagrams for the analytical among us, and many postures, excercises and meditations to try, this book offers good advice on how to identify and remove habitual stress patterns that encourage shallow or restricted breathing. The last two chapters- "The shared breath - Inquiries for couples" and "Minding the Breath - Cultivating Mindfulness" were definitely my favorites.