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SOMA Breath Meditation
Allow yourself to bring your awareness inwards during this meditation.

SOMA Breath Guided Meditation on Change

We’re at a moment in history when we’re facing unprecedented amounts of change, much of which we have not chosen. This can have an effect on us mentally and physically.
Try this guided meditation to see if it helps you understand how change affects you and your body. The rhythmic breathing is designed to bring you into a state of relaxation and flow.

During the rhythmic breathing, you should be breathing in through the nose and out through the mouth, sighing or making a tone on each exhale. Make sure your belly rises and expands on the inhale and then relaxes on the exhale. The breath should be smooth and even.

PLEASE NOTE: If you’re pregnant or suffering from any form of chronic disease, have COPD, a pace-maker, or epilepsy, you should NOT do the breath holds. Instead continue to breath in a slow steady rhythm of in for a count of 4 and out for a count of 8. Breathing in through the nose and out through the mouth.
You can find out more about SOMA breath here:SOMA Breath

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