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How Your Breath of Life Reduces Stress & Blocked Emotions

As you breathe deeply, inhale more oxygen & redistribute air, your body can reduce stress and change your mood
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4,444 students enrolled
Created by Lisa Smith
Last updated 12/2014
  • 26 mins on-demand video
  • 16 mins on-demand audio
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
Identify the differences between eustress and distress
Use the Breath of Life to reduce stress tension in the body
Move the trapped energy created from emotional responses and intense feelings out of the body
Acknowledge and create a plan that helps you manage your daily stress
View Curriculum
  • Find a comfortable spot
  • Listen and relax
  • Breathe deeply and easily
  • Follow directions carefully
  • Keep an open mind
  • De-stress with friends, families or groups

We all experience positive and negative forms of stress in our lives. Some of us ignore the signs, while others try to manage it on their own with little progress. This course will help you use your breath of life with simple techniques to reduce stress and unblock trapped emotional energy.

Since the oxygen we breathe in daily life can greatly affect our health, this course can help anyone as young as eight years old, their parents, employees, managers, and executives. This course requires few materials -

  1. An open mind
  2. A comfortable and quiet space
  3. A listening ear

This course can be completed in as little as 3 days, 3 weeks or during your leisure. Structured with 5 tectures, each contains information to help you adjust current behaviors, and simple breathing tips to help you change your stress levels. If you have anxiety, or any of the following:

  1. a racing heart,
  2. shortness of breath
  3. twitches in your face or eyes
  4. shaking hands or legs
  5. obsessive thoughts; and
  6. compulsive behaviors

This course will help you create proactive steps to remove blocked energy and stress.

Who is the target audience?
  • Everyone experiencing stress in all areas of life (work, school, home)
  • Executives & Managers
  • Students
  • Parents
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 9 Lectures Collapse All 9 Lectures 45:12
Breath of Life : Topics & Agenda
1 Lecture 01:34

Introduction to the Breath of Life Stress Relief Series:

  1. Meet the instructor
  2. Review important topics for discussion & agenda
Problem: Increasing Stress Levels at Work
2 Lectures 08:16

Stress level statistics from:

  1. The American Institute of Stress
  2. The National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH)

Types of health problems associated with increasing stress levels

Eustress vs. Distress

Work, Stress & Sickness

Introduction of the 1-2 Breath

When we experience stress, we often stop breathing. This exercise will help adjust your response to a stressful situation:

Students will learn to:

  1. Breathe deeply
  2. Distribute the inhaled breath to different parts of the body
  3. Cleans the spine and move the energy
  4. Exhale the breath through the crown or third eye.
Unblocking Emotional Stress with the 1-2 Breath
The 3 Stages of Stress
2 Lectures 08:58

Identifiying and managing the 3 Stages of Stress

  • Alarm
  • Resistance
  • Exhaustion

Signs of Sickness

Have You Begun to Experience Burnout?

If we have five senses, why are we often limiting the way our body learns and responds to everyday stressors. In this lecture, students will learn:

  1. Identify your prominent sense(s)?
  2. Re-stimulate the use of all sensory experiences.
  3. Use the breath of life oxygen to become multi-sensory beings.
Using the Breath of Life to Enhance Your Multi-Senses & Reduce Stress
Acknowledging Your Current Stress?
2 Lectures 07:39

Recognize your stress:

  1. Become proactive
  2. Devise a plan
  3. Get power naps
  4. Take time for yourself
  5. Say "No"
  6. Ask for support
Acknowledge, Behavioral Modification & Communication

How the power of nine breaths can change your mood.

The Nine Breath Method
Create a Stress Management Plan
2 Lectures 15:45

With Change, Comes Action!!

What part of your daily regimen will be used to introduce a series of stress relievers that move unwelcomed energy out of the body?

Use the PDF above to help with the Stress Management Worksheet

What Will You Do Differently?
3 pages

What have you learned in this course?

Take the Stress Management Quiz Next...

Review the Breathing Techniques

Test your knowledge

Stress Management Quiz
10 questions
About the Instructor
3.8 Average rating
91 Reviews
4,444 Students
2 Courses
Hypnotherapist at Udemy

As a psychology professor, I have taught a myriad of courses in the south Florida area. With 15 years experience in post-secondary education, I love helping my students find the best path in the pursuit of their ideal career.  With a Ph.D in general psychology, I have used my knowledge and expertise inside and outside the classroom.  As the owner of CRE8TVE Solutions, a hypnotherapeutic practice, I have helped the following populations overcome their mental health traumas:

  • military personnel
  • domestic violence victims
  • abused (physical, emotional, sexual)
  • at-risk youths and their families
  • couples and families

It is my quest to help my clients remove blocks that limit their growth potential and well-being.

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