Annelies Richmond

Director of SKY Campus Happiness Program and Director of Teacher Training for the Art of Living Foundation

Director of SKY Campus Happiness Program and  Director of Teacher Training for the Art of Living Foundation

Annelies Richmond on KCRW

Taking a deep breath has long been known to calm down the body; athletes before a race do it or performers and speakers before going on stage. So how can we learn to breathe better?

Learning good breathing habits from a freediver

Taking a deep breath has long been known to calm down the body; athletes before a race do it or performers and speakers before going on stage. So how can we learn to breathe better?

from Life Examined

Taking a deep breath has long been known to calm down the body; athletes before a race do it or performers and speakers before going on stage. So how can we learn to breathe better?

Learning good breathing habits from a freediver

Taking a deep breath has long been known to calm down the body; athletes before a race do it or performers and speakers before going on stage. So how can we learn to breathe better?

from Life Examined

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