How does the free trial work?
All new members get a Free 5 day trial as soon as they sign up for a Membership. Simply choose a plan, create an account and you have 5 days to see if TriBreath is for you. If you decide that you don’t wish to continue with your membership you can cancel before the trial period ends and you will not be charged a cent.
How does Payment work for a Membership? What are my payment options?
You’ll need a valid credit, debit card or Paypal account to sign up for a membership. All new memberships start with a free trial, you will not be charged until after your trial ends.
How do I cancel my Membership?
There is no contract, so you can cancel your Membership at anytime. Simply log in to your account, View the My Subscription page and from there you can set your plan to expire at the end of your current billing period. If you are within the trial period your access is stopped immediately. Take notice that all memberships must be cancelled prior to the auto-renew date to avoid further charges.
Do you offer any discounts?
Yes, we offer a 20% discount on annual memberships. We also offer discounts for teams, non-for-profit organisations or clubs. Please contact us for further information.
How often am i billed for membership?
Monthly memberships auto-renew at the end of your 1-month billing cycle. Yearly memberships are pre-paid and auto-renew at the end of your 1-yr billing cycle.
How are my payment details stored?
TriBreath Pty Ltd does not store any credit card information. TriBreath Pty Ltd uses Stripe & PayPal as its payment gateway. All payment or credit information is handled by Stripe Security or PayPal Safety & Security as applicable.
Where do i start?
All movements are graded from New Beginner, Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. Following the sequence of video’s presented from New Beginner onwards will provide you with a steady flow of movements to lift, strengthen and tone your body.
Are any video's more important than others?
All movements have their place within TriBreath. With that said, as your breath is the most important aspect of living, it would be beneficial to gain all information possible with regard to your breath that being the Thumbs video, the three(3) TriBreath breathing rhythm’s, the Breathing Points of the Spine video and the Elbows video. Once you have your breath under your belt so to speak, let the games begin as you move onto the TriBreath movements.
i find breathing difficult. Can i still use TriBreath?
It is physically moving beyond our breath that causes shortness-of-breath. The most common sense approach to breathing difficulties is to slow down your body and breathe first. It is for this reason why i believe learning the first of the TriBreath breathing rhythms (the 3 Step) whilst walking up a slight slope. Walk slowly as you breathe in and focus on getting more air out on your OUT breath. The more air you can get out the more air you can get in 🙂
Will there be any new video's/ movements added over time?
That’s a big yes! New movements and different ways of using your breath with different forms of apparatus will be regularly added for many years to come. So much more awaits as this is just the beginning. With so many movements ready and waiting in pre-production, there’s plenty for everyone. As soon as new video’s are available, notification via your chosen contact methods in your member account will be sent.
Why is the "i" not capitalised when referring to a man on TriBreath?
It’s all about “what is not expressed cannot be implied”. TriBreath Founder Brett Hayes believes the lower case “i” when referring to a man or woman in the English language represents the thinking breathing man or woman; with the vertical line of the “i” representing the flesh and blood body of the man/woman and the dot representing the head of the man/woman. As each man or woman has the right to choose (i will choose to or i will choose not to), when one capitalises the ‘I’ when referring to a man or woman, one is figuratively removing the head of that man or woman, thus (unfortunately for the man/woman who has no knowledge or understanding) with the loss of the head so too is the “ability & right to stand” as a man or a woman removed. With lots of awakenings occurring here at TriBreath, a head is advantageous hence the “i”