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What is Breathwork?
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Breathwork is a general term used to describe any type of therapy that utilizes breathing exercises to improve mental, physical, and spiritual health. Each form of breathwork therapy has its own unique methods of using breath for healing purposes. It draws from Eastern practices like yoga and Tai Chi while incorporating Western psychotherapy techniques. To bring about self-awareness, breathwork can include elements of talk therapy, breathing exercises, art, music, and bodywork
Conditions that breathwork can benefit
The goal of any breathwork therapy is to support people in achieving a greater sense of self-awareness and capacity for self-healing. It also helps people work toward overall improvement in mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. Breathwork therapists guide participants through various therapeutic breathing techniques.
The benefits of breathwork can include everything from improved immune function to metabolic functioning, emotional regulation, stress management, and an improved quality of life. Breathwork has been used to treat the following types of conditions:
- Chronic pain
- Anger issues
- Trauma and post-traumatic stress
- Grief and loss
- Emotional effects of physical illness
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
- Labor pain
- High blood pressure
- Irritable bowel syndrome symptoms
- Smoking cessation
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
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Why should you do breathwork?
Hong Kong is very fast-paced and levels of chronic stress and anxiety are very high which takes a toll on our physical and mental health. Breathwork can be exactly the tool needed to provide some reprieve from busy and overstimulated life.
Your breath is like your body’s very own in-built Swiss Army knife. A tool that can help you in so many situations. You might be a sleep-deprived parent, a stressed business executive, an elite athlete or anyone in between. By simply learning how to use your breath as a tool the way nature intended you to, you can quickly affect the systems and functions in your body, improving your physical and mental health and performance and emotional wellbeing.
90% of people are breathing at only 50% capacity. That means that most of us aren’t getting oxygen into our blood and cells for proper bodily functions.