Basics of Breathing
Wednesday, February 3, 2021 — 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Breathing is an important tool that fuels every system in your body. In this workshop we’ll go over a number of breathing exercises to help you feel stretched and revitalized.
February 3, 2021
Please register for an invite link.
Watch at the Library
We show online events on our big movie screen (when possible) or in a study room. The event is still online and live, not in-person or pre-recorded.
If you are interested in watching this online event at the library, let us know when you register.
Breathing is an important tool that fuels every system in your body. Breathing not only oxygenates your blood it helps improve posture, enhances sleep, works your core muscles, and can be a form of meditation. In this workshop we’ll go over a number of breathing exercises, breathing patterns, and learn to sync breath patterns to gentle movements to help you feel stretched and revitalized.
Join Maggie Downie, founder of Personal Euphoria, a ﬁtness and wellness company, where she has been helping her clients reduce pain since 2005. She is the author of Keep Moving: Take Steps to Relieve Pain & Improve Your Life.
Sponsored by Friends of the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library.
Looking for more on breathing? Check out our list on Books on Breathing.
What You’ll Need
Comfortable clothes, a pillow, a mat (or soft surface you feel comfortable lying down on). If you have a small (7-9-inch stability ball) bring that. If not we will work around it.
We will meet online with a video chat using Webex. If you have never used Webex before, it is very simple and user friendly. To use on a computer, you simply paste the link that we will provide to all registered patrons into your browser. For computer, no download required! To use on a smartphone or tablet, you will need to download the Cisco Webex Meetings app.
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