Breathe Well

Breathe Well : Easy and effective exercises to boost energy, feel calmer, more focused and productive

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We breathe around 17,000 times a day - so it's something that we can all improve for better health and wellbeing - no equipment or fancy fitness gear necessary. Aimee's simple and accessible exercises are designed to fit into your life - from 2 minutes in the shower to 5 minutes at your desk to be at your best before an important meeting.

Introducing breath basics and detailing why breathing properly is so important for health and wellbeing, Aimee's simple, practical exercises easily fit into a busy day.

Organised into sections reflecting how we spend our time - from work to sleep and eating to relationships - there are breathing exercises for the office, including how to calm your nerves before a big pitch; how our breathing has been affected by technology and how to counteract 'tech apnea', alongside breathing for better relationships, such as exercises to help clear the air after an argument.

Also including breaths to help you perform at your exercise peak and enhance digestion, alongside practical tips such as the top 10 plants to purify the air in your home.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 150 x 210 x 20mm | 397g
  • Kyle Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0857838024
  • 9780857838025
  • 784,165

About Aimee Hartley

Aimee Hartley is a Certified Transformational Breath (R) Facilitator and yoga teacher and teaches breath work and yoga classes in the UK, Australia and Bali. She has worked with corporate clients including Amazon Fashion, Philosophy, Rebel Kitchen and Depop and teaches at The Natural History Museum once a month to 200 people. She currently offers private and corporate Transformational Breath (R) sessions and workshops in London and runs retreats around the UK. She has appeared in The Times, Tatler, Elle, Evening Standard, Women's Health, Grazia and the Telegraph. She writes weekly breath exercises on Instagram @breathe.well and shares research and articles on breathing via The Breathing Room's Facebook page @aimeebreathing.
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