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Free Mini-Course: Breathing for Stress Management

This sequence of five short videos explain the connection between stress and breathing, and show you how to breathe optimally so that you can:

  • quickly and effectively relax in the face of stress and difficult emotions like anxiety, anger and irritability
  • improve your all-round brain performance by optimizing oxygen delivery to brain cells.

Part 2: What Optimal Breathing Looks Like

In part 2 we look at three core components of optimal breathing practice:

  • Abdominal breathing (as opposed to chest breathing) and letting the breath right out
  • Gentle breathing (the opposite of over-breathing)
  • Slow, regular breathing as a basis for generating heart coherence.

If you missed part 1 or would like to go back to it, follow this link:

To learn more about how I can deliver in-depth training in optimal breathing using biofeedback: