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Conscious breathing exercise to calm the mind and live in the present, with Antonina Canal

Conscious breathing is a powerful tool to improve concentration, reduce stress and in general very useful to calm thoughts. Therefore, the coach wellness center and aura-soma therapist Antonina Canal shares a conscious breathing exercise that calms the mind in 7 minutes and helps you live and enjoy the present. Follow the step by step on Yes I can and it’s easy.

The answer, according to the specialized media Medical News Today, is that slow breathing is synonymous with safety for the brain, therefore, the production of adrenaline and the survival instinct decreases. With this, a state of relaxation is reached in which decision-making is better, calm is achieved and thoughts are ordered.

In addition, according to a study conducted by Harvard University, implementing relaxation techniques such as meditation or yoga can help reduce the need for medical services by 43%. After conscious breathing exercises, blood pressure is reduced as well as stress, This lowers the risk of high blood pressure, headaches, heart attacks, and strokes.

Enjoy these benefits by following the step by step that Antonina Canal shares in Yes I can and it’s easy and discover more wellness techniques to implement in your life in this weekly program.

After having studied plastic arts at the School of Visual Arts in New York, Antonina has dedicated herself to exploring oriental culture and discovering the relationship between women, dance, healing and inner power. In addition, she has written the books: The awakening of the goddess (2017), Yes I can and it’s easy (2018), Life is a dance (2019), The tarot of the fairies (2020) and Women’s self love agenda (2022).

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She was a pioneer in bringing Arabic dance to Colombia by opening her Prem Shakti academy in 1999 and being a sworn teacher and honorary teacher at the Great Ahlan Wa Sahlan International Oriental Dance Festival in Cairo (Egypt). Today she is known as a cultural manager and she is a writer, lecturer, aura-soma therapist, dancer and coach business and empowerment

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