as the only physiological function that is both autonomous and conscious, should be adjusted to each situation, to each sequence of life.
Breathing consciously allows
to better observe our sensations, true barometers of our state of being.
Breathing consciously, also means connecting with our emotions, knowing how to decode them, welcoming them in order to adapt our action.
Breathing in consciousness means being able to to reassociate ourselves with the body to better understand
his messages, his needs, and tune in to our life choices.
Breathing consciously is also and above all acting positively on our health.
From the first breath of a newborn baby to the last breath of a dying person, the magic of life operates to the rhythm of breathing , which, like other physiological functions in charge of our survival - heartbeat, digestion... -, is autonomous. If breathing has a special status among these processes, it is because it can also be consciously and easily influenced, thus offering a privileged access to our entire physiology and nervous system. In doing so, we can all make a significant contribution to our health, performance and longevity.
« Breathe. As I breathe in, I calm my body. As I breathe out, I smile. As I settle into the moment, I know it's a wonderful moment. »
Thich Nhât Hanh
It is therefore not by chance that ancestral health preservation practices (QI Gong, Tai Chi, Yoga, Meditation...), martial arts from all horizons, and all sports disciplines consider breathing as a pillar that each practitioner must learn, develop and master in order to hope to reach his or her full potential.
The possibilities of consciously playing with the four times of the breathing - inhalation - retention after inhalation - exhalation - retention after exhalation - are infinite, and can trigger adaptive responses at the physical, emotional and mental levels, which it is good to relearn.
The opportunity to realize that the most efficient tool to support us throughout our life journey is also the most accessible.
Si la breathing is the source of life because it allows our cells to produce the energy our body needs to function.
A good understanding of all the mechanisms of breathing, knowing how our physiology can be influenced by good or bad breathing, identifying the links and interactions between breathing and the nervous system are all elements that favour the implementation of a regular and adapted practice of conscious breathing. breathing consciente.
The interest of this practice lies in the fact that it can support us from waking up to bedtime, in the form of simple and varied exercises that act positively on our energy, well-being, health and concentration, and allow us to effectively manage our emotions, pain and stress.
I systematically integrate different breathing techniques into my training and coaching sessions so that everyone can reconnect with this simple yet powerful physiological function.
My Approach to Breathing
is presented on three axes:
How to optimize the mechanical and kinetic aspects of breathing by improving technical efficiency, the quality of the different muscle groups involved, and joint mobility.
how to ensure a good diffusion of oxygen in the tissues while setting up a breathing movement with optimal amplitude and frequency.
Autonomic Nervous System Regulation
How to use the breath to connect the physiological, emotional, mental, spiritual state I am in and how to modify it according to my needs of the moment.
You understand it, the breathing is in this respect in line with the coaching in its object and its effectiveness. It also makes it possible to highlight patterns of action and reaction and to promote their transformation.