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3 Top tips for a healthy free flowing breath – find out how by clicking on the icons below...

Make sure your inhale travels firstly right down to your lower belly

From there, feel the whole of your respiratory system in action, so you can feel movement right up to your collar bone. Make sure you have a diaphragmatic breath. That means you use your diaphragm, which is your primary breathing muscle, not your chest muscles which are your secondary breathing muscles. (Asthmatics can tend to be chest breathers.)

your jaw

Many people have so much tension in their jaw that it impedes their breathing. (Do you grind your teeth at night?) EXERCISEMassage your jaw as you open and close your mouth wide. Feel the tension and observe the painful areas, relaxing them as you massage.

Let go of any control on your exhale

You don’t need to control your breath. For example, observe how a baby breathes.

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Inspirational breathing was created by me, Nicola Price, in 2013. My vision is to make the information and experience accessible to empower people to lead a healthy and rewarding life by discovering the power of their breath.

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  • Throughout the website there are Exercises to reveal the power of your breath.

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Upcoming Breathing Workshops

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Brighton | Friday 2nd September 4pm-6pm

Inspirational Breathing Workshop for experienced breathers

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The Yoga Garden, Horsham | Sunday 4th September  2pm-5pm

Introduction to Inspirational Inspirational Breathing Workshop
The Yoga Garden, Horsham, West Sussex.


Brighton | Thursday 8th September

Introduction to Inspirational Breathing
11am – 2pm Rottingdean

Inspirational Breathing Workshop for experienced breathers
4pm – 6pm Rottingdean


Brighton | Sunday 11th September

Introduction to Inspirational Breathing
11am – 2pm Rottingdean

Inspirational Breathing Workshop for experienced breathers
4pm – 6pm Rottingdean


Brighton | Thursday 22nd September 4pm-7pm

Introduction to Inspirational Breathing


London | Yoga & Inspirational Breathing Combined

Saturday 15th October, 3:30-5:30pm

Saturday 12th November, 3:30pm – 5.30pm   
Inspirational Breathing has teamed up with Micki, an inspirational yoga teacher to provide a magical combination. This workshop combines specific yoga asana’s for breathwork creating a truly profound experience. The workshop includes 1 hour of asana practice, followed by 1 hour of Inspirational Breathing.

Venue: Stretch

Retreat | Catalunyan mountains |  2nd – 9th October

7 day retreat in a beautiful location of peace and tranquility
breathing retreat

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‘Many people laugh at the concept of being taught to breathe! And almost every person that has had an analysis of their breath pattern by me, has found that it can be improved, sometimes dramatically.’
Inspirational Breathing

‘The reorganisation of breathing alone succeeds only to the degree that we succeed indirectly in improving the organisation of the skeletal muscles for better standing and better movement.’
Moshe Feldenkrais