Breath Resources

Your Breath Resources

We have collected a vast amount of resources of breathing techniques, health benefits, research and studies and more. On these pages, you’ll find a selection to aid your on your personal breath journey. We also believe we are better and stronger as a community. We always looking to add your favorite breathing techniques and practices, so contact us to learn how you can become a content creator. 

Are you ready to expand your knowledge? Let's expand our lungs first!

Ready to Breathe Better?

This box breathing technique is used by U.S. Navy Seals and others to lower stress and improve focus. This technique consists of:
4 seconds inhale
4 seconds hold
4 seconds exhale
4 seconds hold.

*Try Square or Box Breathing practices like this twice a day for 5 minutes each to achieve a more calm and relaxed you. This practice will activate the parasympathetic nervous system to relax in as little as 30 seconds. Learn more about the science of breathing on our Breath Resource pages listed below.

Practice Here!

Instructions to practice the breathing app: 

  1. Select your practice time
  2. Focus on how you are feeling now
  3. Press start to begin
  4. Follow the pattern on your screen
  5. Breathe

How you are feeling after? Do you feel more calm and focused?  

*This information is for educational purposes only. Always consult with your medical professional before altering or trying new fitness routines or techniques. This information is not intended to diagnose or treat a health condition. 

Now, continue your journey feeling more relaxed and breathing better!

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For our community members who prefer to visually expand their breath work knowledge, a broad spectrum of breath videos


For in-depth reading, books on a range of topics, all ultimately focusing on the importance of breath work

Book Resources


For those who want a quick read, a selection of leading breathing news resources and research articles and whitepapers


Latest research and trending topics about breathing

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