Are the TriBreath techniques hard to learn?
No! TriBreath™ is really quite simple!
It’s how your body’s designed! It’s simple mechanics! The hardest thing most people find is slowing down the pace of their body when they start to give themselves more time to breathe IN deeply. And to empty the cup, breathe OUT with intention.
Can the TriBreath breathing rhythm's be used with other activities apart from walking and running?
i believe the Tribreath™ techniques are the way your body is designed to breathe when you walk and run.
The rhythm’s you use can be applied to a huge variety of activities be it walking, hiking, running, cycling, surfing, gym workouts and even in the repair of physical injuries and structural challenges.
The rehabilitation of the body goes hand-in-hand with the TriBreath™ techniques. Injuries, stroke, paralysis… It’s all about neural communication and body, breath connection!
What if I am really out of condition?
Be gentle with yourself always but start.
Even walking on the spot and breathing slowly as you practice the 3-Step is an experience in itself.
The first challenge to overcome is to focus on your breath when you move. Start by learning the TriBreath™ rhythm’s, time your arm movements up to your breathing rhythm, and from there your feet will follow.
Do I need any equipment like weights or anything?
Everything you need you already have!
But that doesn’t mean the TriBreath™ techniques can’t be used when you’re pumping weights. TriBreath™ is a game changer for weight training. Particularly when using individually held hand weights and hard weighted medicine balls.
The bar raises very quickly once you realise it’s not using the breath to strengthen the muscle; it’s using the muscle to strengthen the breath. Your life-force!
Is there a program for teacher/trainers to participate in?
Yes! There are people teaching TriBreath™ in various parts of the world right now.
For more information with regard to the teacher/trainer program, please contact us for more details.