Rather than drop your jaw…
Close your mouth, come along and breathe…
Breathing correctly? Yoga teachers and students alike – Are you breathing or sleeping with the mouth and jaw dropped? It may just be damaging your health… and your facial symmetry (attractive beauty!)
Yogi’s and exerciser’s taking deep breaths all over the World may just be over breathing…
Find out all you need to know here with this interview with best selling author and world renowned expert Patrick McKeown:
Is breathing during yoga bad for you? (educational interview)
We spoke to Patrick McKeown, a world renowned expert in breathing. Patrick describes the benefits of good breathing and the techniques. He generously gives us insight into the why’s and how’s of good breathing and whether we should be breathing in yoga asana or not. We looked at breathing for beauty, asthma, rhinitis, and sleep apnea. Totally fascinating stuff!
READ FULL INTERVIEW with PATRICK MCKEOWN HERE
Furthermore, what does your saliva have to do with it?
The quantity and quality of your saliva is important and yogic breathing improves both, proving to provide greater immune resistance and possibly protection against cancer.
Read this amazing interview on the science of yogic breathing. I spoke with Dr. Sundar Balasubramanian, who is a Cell Biology researcher and pranayama teacher.
The science of yogic breathing (educational interview)
Dr. Sundar Balasubramanian is a Cell Biology researcher. He is currently studying mechanisms involved in resistance to cancer therapy at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). He is also a Yoga Biology researcher. A pioneer in the area of research combining Pranayama and salivary stimulation, he discovered Yogic breathing promotes salivary secretion, and it contains factors that are important for our healthy living. His recent book is PranaScience: Decoding Yoga Breathing.
READ FULL INTERVIEW with DR SUNDAR HERE
You must really get to know this understanding of breath in your own body. Assist your students or your family and friends, as well as your good self back to better health and high performance. Come on Friday!
5th May ~ Breathing & Respiratory system, Sinuses, Colds and Flus, Allergies, Asthma, Anxiety, Stress, Sleep apnea, Skin.
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Thank you for reading, your interest and continued support.
In good health,
Celia Roberts BSc
Founder & Prinicipal Brookfield Retreat
Co-Founder YIMI – The Yoga and Integrative Medicine Institute