In this episode I chat to Dr. Belisa Vranich about the importance of breath in martial arts performance, how breath tethers you to the present moment, and can even help you manage pain.
We all know that we need to breathe to live. But are you aware that most of us do not know how to breathe properly? Well, you’re in luck today because I got Dr. Belisa Vranich, a breathing expert who will teach us proper breathing techniques that have significant health benefits.
For how seldom we tend to think about breathing, it plays a profound role in our health—which is something Dr. Belisa Vranich, a psychologist turned renowned breathing educator, has thought about a lot. “Changing your breath truly does affect—immediately—the body, mind, and soul,” she says. “And, most important, the impact takes place at the cellular and muscular levels.”
Classes in breathwork touting benefits ranging from increased vitality to mental clarity are a hot draw from coast to coast. Could controlled breathing take your Pilates practice to the next level?
You may think breathing correctly is human nature. Dr. Belisa Vranich has spent her career convincing people of the opposite.
Her name is Belisa Vranich. She’s a clinical psychologist who has made a career re-training people on how to breathe correctly and in her latest book, Breathe, she provides a step-by-step program to help people breathe better.
Dr. Belisa Vranich, author of "Breathe", and the creator of The Breathing Class joins Joey Diaz and Lee Syatt live in studio - episode 395.
Overhaul your sleep habits to get better rest. Article by Dr. Belisa
Interview with Dr. Belisa Vranich, clinical psychologist and the author of the book, Breath: the simple revolutionary 14 day program to improve your physical and mental health.
Dr. Belisa featured in Spirit & Destiny UK Magazine April 2017
Interview with Dr. Belisa Vranich, a clinical psychologist dedicated to the study of breathing.
Breathe Book Placement in The Mail on Sunday UK Newspaper
Vranich is the founder of the Breathing Class, and author of the book “Breathe,” a 14-day program to improve mental and physical health through better control of breathing.
Belisa Vranich in The Church of England UK Newspaper.