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Breathing coordination

Breathing coordination

helps to engage more movement from the diaphragm and increase respiratory efficiency. Breath should feel soft and enriching.

  • Sit straight, chin perpendicular to the body.
  • Take a gentle breath in through the nose. At the top of the breath count softly aloud from 1 to 10 over and over.
  • As you reach the natural conclusion of exhale, keep counting in a wispher, letting the voice softly trail out. Then keep lips moving until lungs completely are empty.
  • Continue for 10 to 30 more cycles.

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