Meditation & Breathwork In Brisbane
Host: Victoria Hart
Location: Yoga Everyday Hayward Street, Stafford
Every Thursday from 7pm-8pm.
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Join us for breathwork & meditation in Brisbane!
Meditation classes are a great chance for you to relax and immerse yourself into a new experience.
Join Us For The Sanctuary Meditations
Attention all gym-goers and wellness enthusiasts! Our beautiful holistic gym is excited to announce that we are now offering weekly meditations every Thursday from 7pm-8pm.
Meditation has been proven to have numerous benefits for both the mind and body. One of the most significant benefits is its ability to regulate sleep, allowing for a more restful and rejuvenating night’s sleep. Meditation can also help alleviate fatigue, improve mood, and balance chemical imbalances in the body.
Additionally, meditation helps activate the parasympathetic nervous system, which is responsible for the body’s “rest and digest” response. This can help reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and improve digestion. By contrast, the sympathetic nervous system is responsible for the body’s “fight or flight” response, which can trigger stress and anxiety.
Join us for our weekly meditation sessions and experience the many benefits of this ancient practice. All levels are welcome, and our experienced instructor will guide you through various techniques to help you find peace and tranquility. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to improve your overall health and wellness. We can’t wait to see you there! Attention all gym-goers and wellness enthusiasts! Our beautiful holistic gym is excited to announce that we are now offering weekly meditations every Thursday from 7pm-8pm.
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Benefits Of Our Brisbane Breathwork
A few reasons why breathwork is beneficial and why our Brisbane breathwork classes are loved by our members.
Shallow over-breathing, or hyperventilation, can prolong feelings of anxiety by making the physical symptoms of stress worse. Controlling your breathing can help to improve some of these symptoms.
When a person is relaxed, they breathe through their nose in a slow, even and gentle way. Deliberately copying a relaxed breathing pattern seems to calm the nervous system that controls the body’s involuntary functions.
There are different breathing techniques to bring about relaxation. In essence, the general aim is to shift from upper chest breathing to abdominal breathing. You will need a quiet, relaxed environment where you won’t be disturbed for 10 to 20 minutes. Set an alarm if you don’t want to lose track of time.
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