If You Could Calm Your Stress And Anxiety, Right Now, In Just A Few Minutes, Wouldn't You Do It?
Of Course You Would.
Yoga Breathing Is A Science-Based Breath Practice For Health & Well-Being.
It's a fast, accessible and predictable method you can use to regulate your nervous system. In a matter of minutes, you can take back control of your nervous system and your physiology.
I want to help you overcome some of the most common health challenges today, using the power of your own breath.
I felt so relaxed, and my body was beaming, as if it wanted to say to me, “Thank you! Finally!”
I look forward to next time, and would definitely recommend Jess to anyone.
- Rita Hooper
Had a lovely time with Jess, highly recommend. Jess is a wonderful presence to be with and a lovely teacher.
It is clearly her passion.
- Sara Lucas
MEET THE HEART OF BE HERE WELL - JESS HOLLIDAY
Hi! I’m Jess,
I am a certified Yoga Breathing Coach, Yoga & Meditation teacher and entrepreneur. In a previous life, I worked in Luxury & Fashion Marketing in the UK for 15 years, transitioning into Mind-Body Wellness in 2016. I hold a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Philosophy, blending Science and Art beautifully.
I took my first breathing course in Guatemala, which is where I learned the power of breathwork to heal the mind and body. Spiritual epiphany’s aside, as a method of regulating and balancing your nervous system it’s unparalleled in its predictability. I love how accessible Yoga breathing is. No experience of any kind is needed. I take a very simple, science-based approach that is effective for everyone, and you’ll feel results right from our first session.
Want me to show you how? Get in touch and let’s see how we can work together to integrate this practice into your life.
CREDENTIALS: RYT Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga (200hr), YACEP Yoga Breathing Coach (15hr), Chopra Centre Certified Primordial Sound Meditation Teacher (130Hr), YACEP Bodhi Meditation Teacher (75hr).
Health Disclaimer: Breathing coaches are not trained to treat, diagnose or cure any illness or disease.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
The Science of Breathing
Anatomy & physiology of breathing
The Bohr Effect
Nasal Cycle Theory
6 Foundational Exercises
Water Breathing (x2)
Whiskey Breathing (x2)
Coffee Breathing (x2)
Exhale counting test
Nasal dominance test
The Nervous System
Autonomic nervous system
Heart rate variability
Amazing Facts About Breathing
You can go for weeks without food, days without water, but only a few minutes without breathing. Breathing has such an immediate impact on your mind and body that even the act of inhaling vs. exhaling affects your nervous system differently. It’s common to train in diet, exercise and even hydration, but almost no one trains their breath. This is a huge missed opportunity for health-seekers.
Did you know…
Breathing can change your blood PH (acid/alkaline) in minutes. No food, exercise or medication acts as quickly.
You can often determine your dominant nervous system state simply by placing your finger underneath your nostrils and exhaling.
Reduced rate breathing can stimulate rest and digest, parasympathetic nervous system state to help with sleep, stress, and anxiety.
Rapid, pulsed breathing stimulates a sympathetic nervous system response to increase energy, prepare for exercise, or boost the body’s natural defences.
Diaphragmatic breathing massages the Vagus Nerve and reduces heart rate, lowers blood pressure, and reduces stress.
Severe respiratory conditions like asthma can be successfully managed by increasing CO2 levels in the blood.
Breathing can help reduce the fear of public speaking, improve digestion, reduce insomnia, lower stress, anxiety, and overwhelm.
Breathing vs. Meditation
In traditional yoga, breathing has always been taught as a stepping-stone to meditation, and scientifically, the benefits are identical. Just like with meditation, you relieve stress, reduce your heart and respiratory rate, lengthen your telomeres, and potentially extend life.
Breathing is fun and easy to practice. The counting gives you a mental focus, and the practices are short and potent. Instead of dodging your daily breathing, you'll look forward to it.
With breathing practice, it puts you into a meditative state automatically. Think of breathing as an active form of meditation with all the same benefits.
Do I need to be a Yogi to do THIS COURSE?
Definitely not! Anyone can do this, whether you've set foot on a yoga mat or not.
Yoga Breathing draws upon ancient yogic breathing techniques, fusing them together with modern-day science, to give you fast, effective, tangible results from the outset. No prior experience is necessary.
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