Stig Severinsen Featured on National Geographic in “The Man Who Doesn’t Breathe” [Part 1]

Sunday, October 26, 2014
500 Ft Below The Ice Stig Severinsen
The National Geographic Channel features Stig Severinsen’s world freediving record-setting swim of 500 feet under ice in an arctic lake in Greenland.  Never one to rest on his laurels, after the under ice dive, Stig would go on to break his own Guinness World Record of Longest Breath Hold.  Declared a “Superhuman” by multiple sources, Stig has been featured on “Superhuman Showdown” on the Discovery Channel, as well as Stan Lee’s “Superhumans” on the History Channel, and on “60-Minutes.”  He also holds a Master of Science in biology as well as a Ph.D. in medicine.

Bringing the Art of Breath to the World

His true passion is helping people.  “I have a super passion for helping people understand how better breathing can dramatically increase their physical, mental and spiritual state. I see this as my mission in life,” says the friendly and energetic Stig.  To do this, he coaches Olympic gold-winning athletes, professional athletes, military personnel, and CEOs of large corporations in methods of achieving laser-sharp focus as well as smoothly overcoming high-impact stress by controlling the mind and body through the art of conscious breathing.

It isn’t just high-powered individuals he helps; his breathing methodology can help speed the recovery and rehabilitation of people who’ve fallen victim to severe injury or illness, by dramatically increasing blood oxygenation levels by as much as 15%.  In fact, he was recently named an Official Supplier of the World Health Organization for his work in reducing stress, projected to be a key “killer factor” by 2020.

Stig also plans to use these same techniques to help military veterans overcome the debilitating effects of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), improving the lives of those who’ve fought for our freedom.

Breatheology Shares Stig’s Methods

To bring his teaching to the world, Stig has founded the Breatheology Academy. Through it, he aims to teach as many people as possible how to dramatically increase their quality of life, through only minutes of training a day—providing benefits such as decreased stress, reduced chronic pain, and higher levels of energy and creativity.

For those in need of a lower-cost alternative, he has also published a book, Breatheology – The Art of Conscious Breathing, in seven languages so far, with three more on the way.

[Part 2]