✨Ujjayi Breath - Ch 4 Meditation✨
Reduced blood flow and oxygen in the brain is common during times of fear and anxiety. So it makes sense that getting more oxygenated blood to the brain can help calm anxiety by using basic breathing techniques. Merely being able to breathe again, or maybe breathe correctly for the first time, can make a significant impact on your entire life. Many people with anxiety are shallow breathers, which means they are not breathing correctly or fully. If you are not getting full breaths, your brain may not be getting the oxygen it needs to function, hence the brain fog that can accompany anxiety. It's even harder to get full breaths of oxygen in moments of stress and tension, which is when your cells need it most. Amidst all of the worldly stressors, you must regain the breath's full spectrum to sustain a healthy self. "Breathe, my dear; it's okay." — Thich Nhat Hanh
🧠Cortices Brain Balance Technique ⚖️
The cortices technique from the BodyTalk™ system balances both hemispheres of the brain to bring more focus and clarity. It re-establishes connections, making it possible to improve communication within the three brains and their corresponding body parts. The process itself is simple to apply and only takes a couple of minutes. For optimum results, daily application is suggested.