Breathe In, Breathe Out

Breathe In, Breathe Out

Stuart Sandeman

ISBN
9780008543273
Pub date
21/07/2022
Imprint
HQ
Binding
Paperback
Format
A4 153x234mm
Extent
304 pages
Price
£14.99
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Book Overview


How are you breathing right now? 

Belly or chest? Fast or slow? Is there any tension in your body?

These might seem like trivial questions.
 
But your breathing can explain how much stress you’re under. It can reveal your emotional state. It can even hold the key to healing trauma. 

And that’s just you’re breathing over the last 20 seconds. 

In Breathe In, Breathe Out, breathwork expert Stuart Sandeman reveals the hidden power of breathing and how, by changing the way you breathe, you can transform the way you think and feel. Since tragic loss brought him to breathwork, Stuart has changed the lives of thousands through his signature sessions. Now, he wants the same for you. 

Whether you want focus or flow, more energy or less anxiety, Stuart can tell you how to get it. Combining modern science and ancient wisdom, he sets out how to stay on top of your game, overcome a negative mindset and heal from your past. You’ll learn to deepen the connection with yourself, others – and the world around you.

Breathe In, Breathe Out is a practical, illuminating guide to living a healthier, happier life through breathing. Good breathing will change your world. All you need to do is Breathe In, Breathe Out.

About the author


Stuart Sandeman is a breathing expert, judo black belt and peak performance coach whose life was transformed by breathwork after he lost his girlfriend to cancer. He is the founder of Breathpod, who offer unique breathing and coaching programmes to a wide range of clients that are designed to accelerate performance, increase productivity, alleviate stress and help reduce negative emotions such as anger, fear, frustration and depression.Stuart is also the host of Radio 1’s Decompression Session, a wellbeing series in which he empowers listeners by combining great tunes with powerful breathing exercises.

Reviews


  • ‘The best of the best when it comes to your breath’ Chris Evans, Virgin Radio, UK
  • ‘The UK’s leading breath expert’ Metro
  • ‘The poster boy of the deep exhale’ The Times
  • ‘The biggest name in breathing therapy’ i-D