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mov/ed class: breathing rhythm

"Even" breathing rhythm is probably our anatomical "normal." Does that mean you should strive for 1:1 inhale to exhale breathing all the time? I doubt it. Possibly it means we might learn something from spending time with even-ratio breathing. You might notice how it feels to practice breathing 1:1 -- and whether it shifts how you feel overall.

Listen to "Moved Class - breathing rhythm"

What’s in this episode of Moved to Heal?

Welcome movers! This week's practice is in the same style as my live mov/ed classes in which I use offer forms and movements with some additional information about potential effects a movement might have -- possible stretch or strength effects -- always offering choices and inviting you to practice as you choose.


While creating this practice, I was keeping in mind finding a breathing rhythm.


The forms + movements offered in this episode

You can participate in this practice by listening and/or moving. You're welcome to do or not do any of the practices, and in whatever manner or degree you choose.

Be moving, be true, be you

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