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SOMATIC TRANSFORMATIONAL EXERCISES
Programmed Instruction


Special Program
to Free Breathing

Hanna Somatics Gold
by Lawrence Gold

A PROGRAM TO RELAX TRUNK AND BELLY TIGHTNESS, SO YOU CAN TAKE A FULL BREATH, EASILY.

GOOD FOR RECOVERY FROM ILLNESSES THAT INVOLVED COUGHING.


If you've been diagnosed as a "chest breather", have asthma or "stitches" (pain) in your ribs when breathing, are an athlete who wants to improve breathing capacity and performance or are someone who can't get a full breath, this program is for you.

You'll get easier, fuller breath by freeing and coordinating the muscles of breathing. Lessons address diaphragmatic breathing and rib movements of breathing.

If you have spasmodic dysphonia, you may find the download version especially helpful for smoothing and deepening your voice.

Low energy, inability to stay warm, and chronic anxiety are common problems related to breathing. They improve with free breathing -- both free inhalation and free exhalation.

Breathing exercises and momentary efforts to "breathe well" attempt to free breathing from habituated restrictions, but because they don't change automatic breathing patterns, they produce minor improvements. To change automatic breathing movements, a training process is necessary that frees habitual restrictions to breathing.

This program provides just such training addressing your front, back and sides, so that you don't need to put special attention on breathing; you just breathe well.

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AUDIO COMPACT DISC (1) | 65 minutes | repeated practice:

$50.00

BONUS: The download version of this program, included in this purchase, contains two extra tracks useful for improving voice and may be helpful for spasmodic dysphonia (spasm of voice).

See the ITEM DESCRIPTION on your eReceipt for
download instructions.


MP3 AUDIO DOWNLOAD | 65 minutes | repeated practice:

$30.90

NOTE: The download version of this program contains two extra tracks useful for improving voice and may be helpful for spasmodic dysphonia (spasm of voice).

See the ITEM DESCRIPTION on your eReceipt for
download instructions.


CONSISTS OF:

  1. Freeing the Front of the Body (diaphragmatic breathing)
  2. Breathing Expansion
  3. Locating the Center of Breathing

If you find full inhalation painful, you probably have tight back muscles, in which case you need Get Free from That Back Pain. If you have a "stitch" in your ribs, this breathing program will be of some help, but you may need private sessions (one or two) with a Hanna somatic educator who uses clinical techniques of somatic education.


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