The Kind of Breathwork I Love

I’ll share five other breathing exercises I use in daily life too

Andy Murphy
In Fitness And In Health


Photo by Dalton Smith on Unsplash

As every good parent knows, there is no favourite child. However, outside of parenthood, we can openly admit to having a favourite food or exercise routine because no one is going to get traumatised. No child will feel left out or unwanted if I choose an apple over a banana or running over swimming because it’s just my personal preference.

So, I’m safe to say that I have a favourite breathwork technique and that I’m excited to share it with you here.

Once I do, I’ll share five other breathing exercises that you can enjoy too.

My Daily Practice

Over the years, I’ve tried Holotropic Breathwork, Conscious Connected Breathwork, Re-Birthing, and Bio-Dynamic Trauma Release Sessions (BBTRS).

They have all been powerful and important moments in my life and have transformed me in many ways.

However, what I was longing for was a shorter breathwork session that I could practice every day. I figured if I could experience the same feeling of peace on a daily basis that I felt during my longer breathwork sessions then I would be onto something special.