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Imagine for a moment that the breathing capacity of your lungs could be greatly expanded and your energy levels increased.
What could that mean for those seeking stress reduction, practicing meditation, looking for inner peace, needing to heal, or wanting greater ease at doing daily activities?
What about athletes and musicians who need stamina to perform at their highest levels?
What could it mean for those with asthma, allergies, COPD, or other breathing challenges?
What about those attacked by viruses such as the flu or COVID-19?
What about those looking to recover from exposure to air pollution and wildfires?
and invigorate your life
and wake up your brain
How? By following simple, easy, safe, and pleasurable movements that will wake up your brain to create new connections and neural networks. This system of movements is called “NeuroMovement.”
The free 20-minute video sessions are designed to increase mobility of your rib cage, spine, clavicles, sternum, diaphragm, and other parts that are involved, or should be involved, to fully “breathe your lungs.”
You may not know this, but your lungs cannot breathe on their own. They require the rest of your body to move in a way that sucks air in and pushes air out.
And believe it or not, these gentle movements take less than 20 minutes. Almost everyone will find them effortless, interesting, and pleasurable. Simply lie on the floor, follow along, and immediately feel the movement of air and breath expand spontaneously. You will notice it. You will literally feel more air coming in and out of your lungs.
What is NeuroMovement?
Decades ago, a woman named Anat Baniel began studying the relationship between movement and the brain. She figured out how to intentionally activate positive brain change (what is called neuroplasticity) for making the seemingly impossible become possible.
Anat discovered that doing movements slowly and gently with attention to what you feel as you move, wakes up the brain to rapidly create millions of new connections. This helps bring about rapid learning and, at times, seemingly miraculous breakthroughs in overcoming limitations due accidents, bad habits, and a variety of conditions, even when in some cases doctors say there is little hope.
It is all about expanding the repertoire of what your brain can tell your body to do and then being able to do it harmoniously, effortlessly, and without pain and suffering.
You do not have to have a problem
This might surprise you:
Even if you are healthy and performing at the top of your game, you probably have habitual breathing patterns that create limitations unknown to you.Â
You see, most of us stop expanding our skills, including our breathing skills, at a relatively young age. This invites more accidents, physical limitations, rapid aging, and malaise, all of which eventually leads to deterioration on many levels.
We humans are built to develop habits, and we need them to survive. The 10 lessons of this new NeuroMovement program can help us develop new habits of breathing that will immediately enhance our lives and serve us long into the future.
Breathing, being such a central and uniquely important function in our lives, calls for our attention and enhancement so that we can go on living the best lives possible, no matter our calling.Â
Be our guest at Anat Baniel’s
Beginning at 4:00 p.m. Central Time (2:00 p.m. Pacific, 5:00 p.m. Eastern) on Monday, October 12, you can do these lessons free of charge on the internet.
Each of the 10 lessons will be presented live by Anat Baniel. They will be demonstrated by one of her colleagues. You simply follow along.
There will be a new lesson every day for 10 days.
If you cannot watch a session live, you can watch a recording. The recording of each session will be available for 24 hours after the live presentation.
Go here to get your Free Pass. You will have access to a brief video introduction by Dr. Neil Sharp, a former physician and professional opera singer who is now a NeuroMovement trainer.
And, yes, pass this email on to everyone you know, especially health professionals and first responders who can find immense benefit in these lessons on so many levels.
I promise, these lessons will get you to look at your life and your brain differently. You will experience your body in ways that may be new to you.Â These lessons are a breakthrough in using the astonishing and impressive capacities of your lungs so that you can indeed get more from life.
Possible benefits to enjoy
The brand-new NeuroMovement Healingfest: Breathwork begins LIVE on Monday, October 12. Get your free pass today.
For your health and well-being,
Amanda GoldstonGet Your Free Pass