Topic: Breathing Life into the Workplace

There is a direct link between breathing habits and an employee's health, productivity and stress management. Breathing is both the most important function of the body and one of the most neglected. Most of your employees have poor breathing habits and don't even know it. The brain and the body depend upon breathing to provide oxygen to and eliminate toxins from the blood.

 

Charles MacInerneyThe brain is so sensitive to fluctuations in oxygen and carbon dioxide that any deterioration in breathing patterns can increase levels of anger, anxiety, confusion, lethargy, depression, insomnia, feelings of helplessness, muscle tension, high blood pressure, and cardio-pulmonary stress. Improvements in breathing techniques will significantly increase an employee's ability to concentrate and to manage stress in the workplace.

 

Breathing is a major factor in stress management and relieving stress in the workplace. Yet, breathing while the most important function of the body, is the most neglected. Most employees have poor breathing habits and do not even know it. Any deterioration in breathing patterns can increase levels of anger, anxiety, confusion, depression, lethargy, cardio-pulmonary stress, high blood pressure, and muscle tension.

 

Charles leads class on breathingThis workshop builds skills to develop healthy breathing habits. Participants will experience immediate and life-long benefits in overall physical, mental and emotional health. This is a highly entertaining, humorous, and informative presentation with a large experiential component.

 

Techniques for stress management and reducing stress in the workplace will be taught.

 

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