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WHY

BREATH?

The average person takes
20-30K breaths a day.

Breathing is the first thing and last thing we do on this earth.  As essential as it is to life it is often overlooked as a necessity for good health.  Breathing fully and freely is one of the most powerful tools to physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.  As a system the breath is both automatic in yet completely under our control.  So why not take back some control over your life and re-learn what you were born to do! 

Life Changing Effects of Breath

20% of the oxygen we breathe is used to fuel our brain.  

The amount of oxygen that we in take directly effects our ability to remember and make clear decisions, which can have a huge impact on our productivity.  Hard wired with our autonomic nervous system, our brains ability to detect stress in the breath can dictate how we react to life’s situations.  We all deal with stress but how we breathe through that stress can affect the extremity of anger, panic or anxiety we feel.  Relearning how to breathe can replace those feelings with a cool, calm and clear mind.  

“By understanding your breathing habits and learning how to maximize your breath you take back control over how breathing effects your mind.”

Michaela Goorahoo

Founder of EXPAND+ BREATHE

Breath is the bridge which connects life to consciousness, which unites your body to your thoughts. ~Thích Nhất Hạnh

Did you know that 9/10 people have poor breathing habits?  
SIGNS AND SYMptoms of poor breathing habits
  • Frequent Stress

  • Anxiety+Depression

  • Sleeplessness

  • Chronic Pain

  • Irregular or Erratic Heartbeat

  • Postural Issues

  • Belly Fat

  • Brain Fog

  • Cravings

  • Indigestion

  • Erectile Dysfunction

  • Memory Loss

  • Low Energy

  • Back Pain

  • Constipation

  • Shortness of Breath

  • Breathing Discomfort

  • Irritable Bowel 

  • Neck & Shoulder Stiffness/Discomfort

  • Low Indurance 

  • Emotional Overwhelm

"Breathing is the key that unlocks the whole catalog of advanced biological function and development. Is it any wonder that it is so central to every aspect of health?  Breathing is the first place, not the last, one should look when fatigue, disease, or other evidence of disordered energy presents itself. Breathing is truly the body's most basic communication system."  

Sheldon Saul Hendler, MD, PhD|OXYGEN BREAKTHROUGH