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Invest In The 'Breath Control' Programme

Invest In The ‘Breath Control’ Programme

Do you struggle to regulate your breath? 

Or have you tried breath control (pranayama) methods before but have not been getting the results you want?

Or maybe you would just like to take your breath control practice to another level?

Christopher is now offering private one to one online tuition, via video call, to learn ‘Breath Control’ step by step! 

Learn the correct knowledge and practice of a series of different pranayama techniques to supercharge your lifeforce energy and well-being!

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Do you struggle to regulate your breath? 

Or have you tried breath control (pranayama) methods before but have not been getting the results you want?

Or maybe you would just like to take your breath control practice to another level?

Christopher is now offering private one to one online tuition, via video call, to learn ‘Breath Control’ step by step! 

Learn the correct knowledge and practice a series of different pranayama techniques to supercharge your lifeforce energy and well-being!

Get 8 (eight) 2hr, private one to one, online tuition sessions with Christopher to learn ‘Breath Control’ step by step. In the first hour get the correct knowledge of the technique and how to perform it, and in the second hour experience the technique.

This program which will provide you with everything you need to know about ‘Breath Control’ and how to practice it correctly!

There are many physical benefits of ‘Breath Control’, including;

  • Improved lung function. Pranayama exercises can help to strengthen the respiratory muscles and increase lung capacity. This can be beneficial for people with asthma, COPD, and other respiratory conditions.
  • Reduced stress and anxiety. Pranayama has been shown to activate the parasympathetic nervous system, which is responsible for the “rest and digest” response. This can help to reduce stress and anxiety levels.
  • Improved sleep quality. Pranayama can also help to improve sleep quality by promoting relaxation and reducing stress.
  • Lower blood pressure. Some studies have shown that pranayama can help to lower blood pressure in people with hypertension.
  • Reduced pain. Pranayama has also been shown to be effective in reducing pain, including chronic pain and migraine headaches.
  • Improved cardiovascular health. Pranayama can help to improve cardiovascular health by strengthening the heart muscle and increasing circulation.
  • Improved immune function. Pranayama has also been shown to boost the immune system and help the body to fight off infection.

In addition to these physical benefits, pranayama has also been shown to have a number of mental benefits, such as;

  • Improved focus and concentration. Pranayama can help to improve focus and concentration by calming the mind and reducing distractions.
  • Reduced stress and anxiety. Pranayama has been shown to activate the parasympathetic nervous system, which is responsible for the “rest and digest” response. This can help to reduce stress and anxiety levels.
  • Improved mood. Pranayama can also help to improve mood by increasing levels of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that is associated with happiness and well-being.
  • Reduced depression. Pranayama has also been shown to be effective in reducing depression.
  • Improved sleep quality. Pranayama can also help to improve sleep quality by promoting relaxation and reducing stress.
  • Increased self-awareness. Pranayama can help to increase self-awareness by bringing attention to the present moment and the inner workings of the mind.
  • Improved cognitive function. Pranayama has also been shown to improve cognitive function, including memory, attention, and decision-making.

It has also been shown to have a number of spiritual benefits too, including:

  • Increased self-awareness. Pranayama can help to increase self-awareness by bringing attention to the present moment and the inner workings of the mind.
  • Increased connection to the higher self. Pranayama is believed to be a way to connect with the higher self, which is the true and divine nature of each individual.
  • Increased spiritual growth. Pranayama can help to promote spiritual growth by calming the mind and reducing distractions, which makes it easier to focus on meditation and other spiritual practices.
  • Increased sense of peace and well-being. Pranayama can help to create a sense of peace and well-being by reducing stress and anxiety.
  • Increased compassion and empathy. Pranayama is believed to cultivate compassion and empathy by helping individuals to connect with their own inner world and the world around them on a deeper level.

 

This program will teach you exactly;

• What breath control really is
• How it affects a person physically, mentally and spiritually
• The phases of breath control
• The results of breath control
• Where to do breath control exercises
• How to prepare for breath control
• How to practice all the techniques you need for breath control
• How to integrate breath control into your daily life

By the end of the program you will be able to;

• Understand the technical knowledge of breath control
• Know the steps and phases towards breath control
• Set up a space for breath control
• Prepare for breath control exercises
• Practice breath control techniques effectively in all its phases
• Integrate breath control into your daily life

Invest in yourself and the art of meditation and begin now! Click above to book your place and you will receive an email to confirm your booking and to arrange your first session!

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