Breathing is what generates your energy - the process of life. So the better you breathe, the stronger and healthier you become. Unfortunately, many people develop bad breathing habits - or simply don't know how to breathe properly because it was never taught to them!In all animals the process of breathing is automated and controlled on a subconscious level.Breatheology works on every dimension of the human breath by uniting Ancient Wisdom, Modern Science and Peak Performance in sports. It is based on philosophical principles, and driven by practice and experience.If you search for simple ways to strengthen your health, rehabilitate, optimize your sports results or just improve your stress resilience in a hectic everyday life...then you might want to take a closer look at the concept of Breatheology.Breathe & hold your breath...
"I have been reading the book every day and have really enjoyed every aspect of the importance of diet, and all the exercises and visualisation. I just want to say thank you for assisting in my breathing and breath holds."
Thank you Stig!
Courtney Conlogue, Pro Surfer/ASP World Tour
“Just started to read the beginning of breatheology. On Feb. 2nd I started swimming every day. I now swim a mile to 1.5 miles a day and have lost 19 pounds in 27 days, I went from 221.8 to 202.8 so far. I hope to finish your book in the next month or so. It is very interesting. Thank You.”
Joey Manger, Pilot/California
”Being a patient with COPD (smoker’s lung) I focus on breathing better and learning new techniques. The breatheology exercises are easy to practice and use and have become an indispensable part of my life. My immune system has been boosted, I feel stronger, more focused and have gained greater peace of mind. Plus I have regained 0.6 liter Vital Capacity in my lungs that was lost due to my disease. So little, yet so much.”
Pierre Bourgeat, COPD-Patient
”I have with huge interest read Stig’s book about Breatheology and tried to introduce some of its principles into my training. It’s brought a more spiritual side to my training regime and I have had much joy and benefit from the focus on breathing and the different minds-sets as well. At times when I was fatigued during my 2. run around the world, I also used some of the breathing techniques to ease the strain!”
Jesper Kenn Olsen, World Run I & II (www.worldrun.org)