July 7th 2016

Diaphragm Breathing

The diaphragm is thin muscle that separates the chest region from the abdominal region. And contrary to popular belief, it is the diaphragm that is the main muscle your body uses for breathing, not your lungs!

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July 4th 2016

TriBreath And The Log

i’m often asked why i refer to the TriBreath™ 3-Step as the most “physically” powerful breathing rhythm. The reason in short is this…

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June 21st 2016

Better May Not Be The Best

Growth on any level is only possible if one is willing to receive. Be it growing in strength, skill, resilience, health, fitness, flexibility or ability to name a few, reception is the key!

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April 28th 2016

Alternate Nasal Breathing

If increasing your awareness is attractive to you, the alternating nostril technique is a beauty particularly when you’re either walking or running & focused on your breath.

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April 24th 2016

Improving Nerve Function

Many tools are available to us when we use rhythmic breathing with conscious intention. The use of the exhalation to stimulate & vitalise the nervous system is one of the big energetic ones.

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February 21st 2016

How We Walk Out of Balance

With hip and knee replacements becoming so common it’s like going to the dentist (and a lot more expensive), mobility issues are not only being confined to the aged care industry.

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February 15th 2016

Good Posture In 4 Seconds

The Thumbs video will teach you how to maintain an upright posture in 4 seconds. Yes that’s right… 4 seconds is all it takes for you to feel better and stronger as you walk with confidence!

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January 17th 2016

What is Fitness?

Fitness in the sense of the word can be many things i.e. fit to live life, fit to hold office, fit to go, fit to run! The one thing that ALL of these fitness possibilities/potentials rely upon, is your body’s ability to ABSORB and DISTRIBUTE oxygen.

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January 7th 2016

Breathing… Nose or mouth?

Anatomically it just doesn’t work to fill up both the belly region and the lower and upper lung (the chest region) breathing in through the mouth.

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