18-minute breathing exercises daily to improve physical and mental health

The New Year of the Ox is approaching, I wish you all the best and good health! Little Lucky Time and Atisha fitness instructor sincerely invite everyone to participate in a free New Year lecture to learn the correct breathing method 🧘‍♀️. A study found that 18 minutes of breathing exercises can improve depression symptoms. By learning the correct breathing method, you can reduce stress, improve insomnia, relax muscles, and enhance resistance. Atisha fitness instructor will explain and demonstrate several different breathing methods for everyone, and practice them together. There is also a question and answer period. Welcome to participate with your family, friends and loved ones 😊

Learning the correct breathing method-Free ZOOM lecture

Participants

  • People who focus on health, learn the correct breathing method through lectures,Improve physical and mental health.

LectureIntroduction

  • According to research reports, focusing on breathing for 20 minutes can reduce negative thoughts and activate serotonin in the blood. Another study found that 18-minute breathing exercises can improve depression symptoms by learning the correct breathing method. At the psychological level, it can reduce pressure, improve insomnia, and strengthen internal communication with the self; for the body, every bad breath will also affect the shoulder and neck muscles, and the accumulation of time can easily lead to muscle stiffness.Atisha fitness instructor will explain and demonstrate the correct breathing method for everyone, and answer related questions.

Lecture format

  • Atisha fitness instructor will explain and demonstrate several different breathing methods for everyone, and practice them together, and there will be a question and answer period.

Maximum number of participants

  • 30 people

Lecture date and time

  • 2021.2.14 (Sunday)
  • 1:15 – 2:00 pm

Introduction of lecture tutor

Atisha obtained a yoga instructor training certificate in India, and served as an assistant in a local teacher training course, and then received a yoga instructor training course in China, followed by different instructors in India and China to learn yoga therapy.

Atisha has also received training as a stretching instructor in Hong Kong. During her stay in Hong Kong, she has experience in teaching yoga for the elderly and decompression classes for adults. Atisha has also received formal massage therapist training in Thailand and was awarded the Thai massage instructor qualification recognized by the Thai government.

With soft Indian yoga and Thai massage therapy (also known as passive yoga), Atisha sincerely helps different people and provides physical and mental healing.