Before the session starts we suggest deep relaxed breathing in order to overcome stress and relax the abdominal muscles. Return to deep conscious breathing ceases thinking, getting nervous, or distracted from massage. It allows you to stay relaxed and focused at the same time. Then all the sensations are getting deeper. Also, we encourage our client to engage the vibration of his voice while expiring, which helps to relax the larynx area. When a man has to move, use his voice and breathe simultaneously one’s chance to control one’s feelings is very little. Read More
How The Way We Breathe Influences Our Nervous System
Shallow breathing is a natural response to stress. But the tension nowadays can keep our bodies in a chronic state of emergency. This hectic breath disturbs the O2/CO2 balance in our bodies. We can observe a vicious circle: anxiety leads to non-rhythmic breathing, meanwhile, the body’s biochemical imbalance triggers mechanisms of stimulation. The heart has to work harder to move less oxygenated blood around the body. Read More
Balance Your Breath, Or Reset Button Way
There are a lot of ideas around breathing. Many are still suspicious about forced hyperventilation, seeing this as a possible way to some strange and unexpected experience.
It might surprise you, but many people are constantly hyperventilated because of the way they get used to breathing. Quick, rapid, often stress breathing lead to higher elimination of carbon dioxide. If CO2 rates in the blood decrease, oxygen embedded into the hemoglobin molecule gets being bound tighter, thus becoming less releasable for tissues. This biochemical imbalance impacts blood pressure and changes the body’s PH. Read More
Breathe To Feel
Under stress our breath is superficial and fast, that allows us to put our feeling aside, reacting rapidly among changing situations. Likewise, if we breathe for well-being, it will show us a wider range of feelings. Sexological Bodywork brings its students a variety of feelings, which effortlessly rise up from the body while we practice our breathing. It may cause some tears or laughter. But don’t take it seriously, ‘cause it will pass by anyway. Read More