Stig Severinsen

Freediver and 4- time Freediving World champion. He is the founder of Breathlogy and the author of “Breatheology – The Art Of Conscious Breathing”

Freediver and 4- time Freediving World champion.  He is the founder of Breathlogy and the author of “Breatheology – The Art Of Conscious Breathing”

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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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