Category: Physiology of the Breath

Patterns As Prisons

Dewitt Jones  “Our patterns, too long unquestioned, become our prisons. Break the pattern! And see the scene before you with new eyes.” Weekly I receive a picture and quote from DeWitt Jones, an internationally known photo journalist who is committed to viewing life and… Continue Reading “Patterns As Prisons”

Breathing In A Danish Psychomotor View

Breathing Spaces is blessed to have a global readership which brings new perspectives on the breath to my attention.  I was most fortunate to connect with a Danish “psychomotor therapist” by the name of Siff L. E. Skovenborg just a month ago. Siff  shared… Continue Reading “Breathing In A Danish Psychomotor View”

Breath of Flight – Ride The Wave

“Life is in the breath.  One who half breathes, half lives.”  Chinese Proverb As I write this 1,000’s of feet up in the air in a plane, taking a deep breath seems to take on a very different set of life skills.  Why is… Continue Reading “Breath of Flight – Ride The Wave”

Breathe Through Your Heart

  Years of “meditation”, formal and informal, have taught me that fully being present to  life moments is truly the “meditation” that will change not only our individual lives, but all that we touch and beyond.   This practice of awareness  has the potential to… Continue Reading “Breathe Through Your Heart”

Make Room In Your Pelvis

Have you ever checked in with the tension that you may be holding in your pelvic floor muscles??  If you live in a Western culture I would be willing to bet that there is quite a bit of unnecessary tension there (we don’t squat… Continue Reading “Make Room In Your Pelvis”