Breathwork: Stress Relief, Creative Inspiration and Health Benefits
Breathwork is a powerful tool for stress relief, creative inspiration, and general health benefits. It can be used to improve focus and energy when you hit a creative block at work or you need that boost of energy to get you through a tough day.
Breathwork is very effective in helping process emotions, especially if you are processing trauma or grief.
How many times have you been upset only to hear: “Take a deep breath?” Most of us do not breathe correctly, or we hold our breath for too long. Breathing deeply and correctly regulates our physical and emotional bodies and brings them back into alignment so we can think clearer, focus on what’s important, and be more productive.
Breathwork Classes at Lizard Yoga & Wellness are taught on a regular basis and include ancient and cutting-edge breathing techniques that work quickly. Each breathing technique is used for specific ailments or general breathing techniques for a variety of circumstances. Breathing is the most important aspect of life. Once you have a newfound command over your breath, you will be able to relax deeper and focus on the tasks at hand.
Life situations where the “art of breathing” is needed.
- Giving birth
- Public speaking
- Loss of a loved one
- Emotional/physical/financial trauma
- Abusive relationships
- Physical training
Check our class schedule for upcoming breathwork classes and feel free to reach out to us to find out more about how breathwork can help you minimize stress, anxiety, and fear; or how breathwork can help you optimize physical training, focus, and creativity.
When the breath is unsteady, all is unsteady; when the breath is still; all is still. Control the breath carefully. Inhalation gives strength and a controlled body; retention gives steadiness of mind and longevity; exhalation purifies body and spirit. – Goraksasathakam
“Liz & Tanner showed me an ancient breathing technique that I had never seen or heard of before. It calmed me down immediately when I felt anxiety coming on. I think this saved not only my state of mind but my body, as well.” -Luke in Austin