Learn the Sitali breathing method for relaxation. It has a cooling effect, making it a good choice for any time you’re mentally or physically overheated, whether it’s from stress, working out, or the weather.
In this relaxing practice, you'll move your breath between the belly, the ribcage, and the heart space. By connecting with your inhalation in this way, you'll remove energetic obstacles within the body and grow your ability to breathe deeper and more fully.
Kapalabhati breathing is a more advanced breathwork technique used for detox, warming up the internal organs, and revving the metabolism. It combines cadence (tempo) breathing with forceful exhalations, leaving you feeling a benevolent warmth glowing from within. This practice is recommended for ...
Breathwork for a better kind of buzz! Softly close your eyes and ears and hum away mental chatter. Amber shows you how to perform “Bee’s Breath,” an ideal technique for those struggling with insomnia and thyroid problems, or anyone who wants to soften the hold of stress in an invigorating way.