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Try out one or all three of the breathing practices below to see how easy and available breathwork practice can be. 

No fancy props or studio required - just you.

If you've worked on individualized breathwork tips with Emily Freeman add those in!

Box Breathing

Emily's favorite way to introduce anyone to the idea of a more intentional breath pattern. 

Inhale for 4 counts

Hold for 4 counts

Exhale for 4 counts

Hold for 4 counts

 

Breathe in and out through your nose if possible. If it's more natural to breathe in through your nose, out through your mouth, that's ok too. Count at whatever pace feels best to start, then work your way up to 5 counts, 6 counts, 7 counts, etc. if it feels available to you.

Hold for 4 counts
Breathe out for 4 counts
Hold for 4 counts
Breathe in for 4 counts
Breathe in for 4 counts
Hold for 7 counts
Breathe out for 8 counts

4 - 7 - 8 Breathing

This breathwork practice has a different physiologic effect on the body as you practice elongating the hold and exhale.

Inhale for 4 counts

Hold for 7 counts

Exhale for 8 counts

Breathe in and out through your nose if possible. If it's more natural to breathe in through your nose, out through your mouth, that's ok too. Count at whatever pace feels best to start. 

The Physiological Sigh

This breathwork technique is a quick and effective way to calm your system in moments of stress.

Inhale deeply

slight pause

Inhale deeply again

slight pause

Exhale as slowly as you can at that moment

 

Breathe in and out through your nose if possible. If it's more natural to breathe in through your nose, out through your mouth, that's ok too. 

Exhale as slowly as possible
Breathe in deeply
Breathe in deeply again

Coming soon:

more breathing tips and techniques

videos and corrective exercises

memberships for customized programs

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