Initiation into the Whole Body Breathing Practice. You will be able to feel your breathing from your head to your feet, and gain a profound understanding of how the whole theory ties together. Reveal your Seven Diaphragms and the Fascial Tensegrity web that is responsible for your form and function. The Mind-Body connection becomes clear, and your proprioception deepens.
Previously known as WBB C.O.R.E. training. Correction of the Reticulating Elements of the body. The practices in this section have been built and discovered over years to deepen your experience of the connections through the whole body. You will know exactly what you need to fix and how to do it, in these steps you become your own physical practitioner.
Release the deep traumas, anxieties, and emotions stored in your body and go deeper into how your physical, mental, and spiritual bodies reflect each other. As Above, So Below. Connect with the ancient and esoteric knowledge that has been passed down through the ages.
Whole Body Breathing is, in fact, not a practice or exercise. Humans are meant to have a proper breathing pattern that extends through the entire body. This breathing pattern relies on the fascial tensegrity of the 7 Diaphragms, and the fascial lines connecting them. Compensations due to trauma (physical, mental, energetic) disrupt this breathing pattern. We are getting you back to your normal, proper breathing – which is with the whole body, head to toe. “The wise man breathes from his heels” – Taoist Understanding
Whole Body Breathing can replicate the results of a removable palate expander and enhance the cranial adjustment from surgical interventions such as MSE, DOME, or MARPE. In all cases for palate expansion, one should begin Whole Body Breathing immediately and use it to either replace or greatly enhance expander treatment
Whole Body Breathing will compliment and enhance the results from your physical coaching and training. It may replace it in many cases. A list includes, but is not limited to:
You will find that Whole Body Breathing compliments, fits, and enhances the guidance received in (but not limited to):