Breathing is fundamental to life. It is the atom of inner courage that leads us into authentic living. Even though breathwork is an ancient technique or practice, today, it needs to be infused into our modern lifestyle to enrich a refreshing life.
It is instrumental to breathe consciously to remain healthful and optimistic. A mindful breath can accelerate vitality and help overcome a stressful day. And it also helps you to relax at work and reduce your stress.
Moreover, deep breathing allows you to connect to greater spiritual wellness. It allows you to stay calm and composed. Practicing breathwork every day helps enhance work performance and makes you more productive.
About The Speaker
Ed Harrold is an author, inspirational leader, public speaker, coach and educator. He is a contributing health & wellness editor for Thrive Global, MindBodyGreen & PTOnTheNet, HuffingtonPost and more. Ed is the author of Life With Breath IQ + EQ = NEW YOU & BodyMindBusiness: The Business Of BE’ing Within.
Ed blends the fields of neuroscience and the wisdom of contemplative traditions into effective strategies to improve health, well-being and performance. His mastery in the science of mindful breathing has guided him to apply conscious breathing practices in corporate health & performance coaching, fitness & athletic training, healthcare continuing education courses, stress reduction and overall health and well-being.
(01:08) How would you explain breathwork or the art of breathing?
(01:50) What are the health and wellness benefits of breathwork?
(03:18) Are there any types of breathwork? And, if so, which of them would be the best for employees working from 9-5?
(06:36) Does breathwork helps eliminate stress or related mental and physical health problems at work?
(09:11) Can you suggest some simple ways to practice breathwork at the office?
(12:20) What is your take on wellness programs? And why should corporate wellness programs integrate or promote breathwork?
(14:27) Would you like to share some valuable tips with our listeners? And also, where can they find you?