Our body is a truly extraordinary biological machine. Every part of it – from body parts to cells – plays an integral part in its function. Even more impressive is the body’s ability to heal itself and restore the balance – if given enough time. Through our mind, body and exercises we can help our body recover faster, naturally.
Rapid Recovery (from workouts, illness or stress)
Your body is a Wonderland
Whenever our body is tasked with a heavy burden – like lifting weights, stress from a demanding job or fighting off an infection – it’s perfect balance is disturbed. The body has to prioritize addressing the immediate threat to it over maintaining balance.
It’s our body’s natural instinct to always maintain a balance in an ongoing process called homeostasis. This is evident in many of the systems within our body – from temperature and blood pH regulation to recovery of torn muscle fibers after a heavy workout.
If allowed some time, our body has the amazing capacity to take care of itself. Rest is vital for recovery from damage to the body or an infection – to conserve energy and allow the body to do what it is designed to do – keep running like the little locomotive that could.
How can you help your body recover?
Maintaining a healthy body and mind and building resilience – both physical and mental – are important factors in reducing the time it takes to recover.
When your body has taken a hit, it needs to rest. Getting a proper night’s sleep and keeping stress out of your life ensures that your body gets to maximize its time-out.
Making your body efficient in general, reduces the time it takes to recover. Training your lungs and breathing muscles result in a larger vital lung capacity – your diaphragm will be able to suck in more air and deliver more oxygen to the body.
Use the Breatheology Method for Rapid Recovery
Tap into the body-mind connection through the various visualization exercises to Relax on Demand and activate the Rest and Digest system.
Utilize breathing and body exercises to improve the blood flow and intake of oxygen through the lungs – giving the body more energy to work with and thus recover faster (among many other benefits).
Lastly, performing body and breath exercises in water add an extra dimension and allow your body to move in a way that would not be possible on land – especially when the road to recovery is a long one.
Practicing the Breatheology Method not only increases your chance and speed of recovery in the long term – the exercises can provide short term benefits related to recovery as well.
Breath is the key to recover rapidly
Conscious breathwork and intelligent breath holding as in the Breatheology Method can help you relax on demand, increase oxygenation of your tissues, create peace of mind and improve blood flow. You experience a much more rapid recovery from workouts or injury.
LEARN HOW TO RECOVER RAPIDLY WITH THE BREATHEOLOGY METHOD
Learn how you can recover faster from workouts, illness and injuries through conscious breathing exercises in the Breatheology ESSENTIALS course. Calibrate your nervous system for better sleep and more time spent in the Rest and Digest mode. Strengthen your breathing muscles and improve your blood flow for higher oxygen intake. The course is a step by step course structured learning the ability to calming your nervous system with the relax on demand techniques. Thousands of people have taken this course with great results.Join Free Mini-Class Start Course
The Breatheology Method
We benefit our clients by understanding who they are as individuals and their unique needs. Our mission is to serve the global community by helping them become healthy and better in all aspects of being.
To achieve our mission, our method consists of three profiles: Optimized Performance, Strengthen Health and Improve Resilience.
By assessing our clients across these profiles we get a strong picture of their dynamic needs and goals. The benefits from our Method are derived when we choose the right tool for the right person at the right time.
This allows us to work with a variety of breathing modalities to help align the mind and body and begin to “rewire” and manage the Autonomic Nervous System to move the client in a positive direction eventually bringing them to a “Flow State”.