Breath Work for Mind Body Performance
What do monks who meditate in the cold Himalayans with thin clothing have in common with some top athletes and special Navy forces?
They share the ability to hold high mental focus and physiological responsiveness in stress such as cold exposure. They know how to use breathing, awareness and specific methods to consciously regulate their body’s autonomous nervous system. In fact stress is used for a positive purpose in raising their potential.
This 50-mins guided breath work class introduces you to the ancient practice common in many spiritual traditions which is now validated by science and gaining popularity among anyone interested in optimising their performance.
Cellular energy increases dramatically after this practice. People have reported feeling calm, clear-headed and energised after this class. With deepening practices after this class you may progressively build up your immunity, regulate your nervous system, optimise endocrine functions and overall adaptability to stress, not just resistance to cold and better fat metabolism.
Most remarkably for anyone living in Hong Kong, breathwork provides a quick, easy and effortless way to access the meditative state anytime in our daily life.
This class is suitable for anyone interested in improving their physical and mental performance, as well as in enriching their spiritual practice.
This practice cannot replace medical treatment.
While this practice may improve on conditions that lead to asthma, if you are currently experiencing asthmatic attacks, this practice may not be suitable for you.
If you have any health condition that interval deep breathing may trigger, you are advised to consult your primary health care practitioner before you join this class.
Thomas Amirad was born in Paris and qualified in Psychology, Sound Engineering, Holotropic Breath Work and is a multi-disciplinary artist. He has been dedicated to personal growth, consciousness, sound and creative processes for the last 20 years.
Thomas specialises in healing practices expanding consciousness through means such as meditation, visualisation, breathwork, movement and others.
His goal is to guide you towards self-understanding, empowerment, physical strength, emotional balance, harmonious social interactions as well as direct access to intuition and creativity.
WHEN: 14th Jan 2019
(Please arrive on time to understand the theory and techniques)
23rd Jan 2019 (Wednesday) 12:45pm – 1:35pm