Breathe less to live longer – Benefits of slow breathing and how to do it (Scientific evidence)

SOMA Breath is designed to help you live longer, healthier and happier.

To achieve this, you need to learn to breathe LESS.

In this video, we go through some of the scientific evidence behind SOMA Breath and the benefits of slow breathing.

Link to Study HERE

To experience these amazing benefit for yourself, join the next class of the 21 Day Awakening Journey.

It will blow your mind.

Once you enjoy an amazing transformation, and feel the need to share this with others, the SOMA Instructor Training will help you inspire those around you to become the best of themselves.

4 thoughts on “Breathe less to live longer – Benefits of slow breathing and how to do it (Scientific evidence)”

  1. Hi,

    Well I live in the netherlands and ma interested
    That 21 day training, is this an online course
    Where DO I find more information
    And what are the cost

    Greets from me,

    Sandra Weber

  2. Hi,
    I Big fan of soma breathing. Actually thematisiert Methods sattes you should Power breath Rate and Practice breazh retention. However, before breath retention you are Kind of overbreathing. How diese Thais fit together?

    Cheers, Tim

    1. Hey Tim, thank you for your message 🙂 There are many different breathing techniques and they all create a different effect. You can also simply do a breath retention right away without any preparation and just see what you feel. In SOMA Breath we have found that the most efficient way to use these techniques is to recharge with rhythmic breathing for about 3 to 5 mins and then do the breath retentions. You can do fast breathing before, however this is more of an advanced technique. For beginners we recommend slow, smooth breathing first. Some techniques may feel like over breathing, but they can also serve a purpose. It all depends with the effect of what you want to get out of the breath work.

      Are you also in the facebook group? that’s where we all hang out:

      Orlando SOMA CHO

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