How to Breathe

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HOW TO BREATHE shows you how to relearn your natural rhythm of breathing to beneficially alter the way you think, feel and act.

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Improve your breathing for health, happiness and well-being

• Rediscover your natural breathing rhythm and
banish harmful habits
• Packed with easy-to-follow breathing techniques
and exercises to practise at home
• Alleviate breathing problems, improve posture,
reduce stress, calm your mind – and more

Breath is essential for life, but did you know that the
way you breathe can be detrimental to your well-being?
Poor posture, stress, muscular tension … all can make the
‘effortless’ act of breathing hard work without us realizing.
And breathing isn’t just a physical activity; it influences
our mental, emotional and spiritual well-being, too.
HOW TO BREATHE shows you how to relearn your natural
rhythm of breathing to beneficially alter the way you think,
feel and act. Packed with breathing techniques to use at
home, and featuring groundbreaking methods developed
by the founder of the Alexander Technique, it will help you
rediscover how to breathe naturally to improve every aspect
of your life. By applying consciousness to the action of
breathing, you can become aware of harmful habits –
and alleviate common breathing problems in the process.
We breathe more than 20,000 times a day – so why not
make sure you do it as efficiently and effectively as possible?
This is a book you can’t afford to be without.

Author
Richard Brennan is the director of the Alexander Teacher Training
College in Galway, Ireland. He lectures extensively throughout
Europe and the USA, and has been teaching the Alexander
Technique for over 25 years. His previous titles include, among
others, The Alexander Technique Manual, Change Your Posture Change Your Life, and Stress: The Alternative Solution.

ALSO AVAILABLE BY RICHARD BRENNAN
THE ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE MANUAL (Oct 2017)
ISBN: 978-1-85906-408-5

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Additional information

Author

Richard Brennan

ISBN

9781859063972

Book Format

Binding: paperback (with flaps) Extent: 144 pages Format: 205 x 148 mm

Publication Date

01-Sep-17

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