A month ago I wrote an article for Tony Gentlicore where I mapped out ways in which you can elicit reflexive increases in muscular tension by simply focusing on what you do at three places in your body. You can read it in full HERE. This article is the other side of the coin; how […]
For many of us breathing sits as an unconscious action, often taken for granted until we have to hold it or have it cut off in an emergency event. For some, breathing is harnessed as a source of athletic power, or a tool to find focus or relaxation. For others still, breathing is a chore, a labor, a source of apprehension.
Compared to all previous times there is a shocking lack of physical demands in what characterizes our daily lives. Intensive, myopic, fine motor, visual and cerebral demands with a lack of prolonged or varying physical challenges make up our modern days.
” We are arguably the ever evolving result of our past experiences, tendencies, habits, efforts and underlying potentials.”
“Sure you can go zero to sixty, but can you go sixty to zero?” A loved one begins choking during a meal. You react suddenly and precisely to clear their airway. Your heart is pounding, and it takes a while for it to settle down after. You are waking up early, and working long hours […]