Benefits of Breathwork

1) To have the lung capacity of a whale
Improve the strength of the muscles involved in taking a breath. An increased lung capacity will hugely help physical abilities and effectiveness of taking a breath. This will allow a better absorption and elimination of gas. You can only imagine the benefits of this during exercise.

2) Increase your cardio strength
Increasing cardio strength increases the ability to breathe better, especially under stress (Like a 6ft wave). The diaphragm muscle is of utmost importance to maintain a high-level of performance. Breath Training can change the thickness of the Diaphragm. This means you will have a better ability of breath control when under any stress.

3) Perform better, recover faster!
Breath training places a lot of emphasis on breath control and this has an effect of creating a steady heartbeat. Controlling your breath and heartbeat allows control of the nervous system and the emotion center of the brain. This minimises energy wastage when stress is increased.  Through controlled breathing and guided mental focus, training your breath allows the body to experience a ‘healing state’, decreasing your breathing to 1-5 cycles/minute with complete comfort. This state is known as a parasympathetic state which is a must for deep recovery and feeling rejuvenated.   

4) The mental game
Besides the physical changes that takes place to allow an extended breath hold, mental strength and confidence dramatically improves, which is a fantastic attribute when dealing with stress. It will also give you the advantage in sports where intermittent breath holding is necessary (like swimming). Breath training activates a reflex within the body known as the ‘mammalian diving reflex’. This creates a physical change which decreases oxygen consumption through reduced heart rate. Over time once this reflex has been activated you will find it being one of your best assets to extend your breath whenever the need arises.  

5) Decrease Stress
The first thing to change when under stress is breathing, as it creates a number of imbalances, in particular, the heart rate and heart bio-rhythms. Under stress, a higher heart rate results in higher brainwave activities. This significantly reduces cognitive processes, potentially resulting in anxiety and unclear thinking, ineffective memory recall, disruptive behaviour and a gradual decline in hormonal balance. 

6) Increase your anaerobic threshold
As well as aerobic capacity, athletic performance is also governed by anaerobic threshold  – meaning the ability to perform at a high level when your activity rate increases.

7) Handle higher levels of Carbon Dioxide
Increasing levels of toxic carbon dioxide in the body are brought about by either physical exertion and/or mental stress and they both have an immediate effect on breathing. It can create lactic acid build up within the muscles and higher acidity within the blood. To improve our tolerance to this, components of the Breath Training rapidly increase levels of carbon dioxide over short, safe periods of time, ensuring the body can adapt and a greater tolerance results.
Ability to deal with stress whether physical or mental is greatly enhanced. Breath training will improve the way in which oxygen is released from haemoglobin as it is transported around the body and decreases the chances of excess carbon dioxide build up within the tissues, creating an acidic environment where oxygen will not be readily absorbed into the blood.

8) Increase Oxygen in the body
Practiced enough, the training will see a bunch of crazy chemical processes enhanced, which will increase the amount of oxygen available to the blood. Kinda like EPO, the doping drug Lance Armstrong took. (But in a natural, recommended way)

9) Increase your immune system
Breath Training increases oxygenation of cells and strengthening of the immune system hugely. The benefits come about in the same way that muscle strengthening comes from weight training workouts. For a moment the cells will be weakened by the training but they quickly adapt.
Many respiratory related diseases, viruses and bacteria, do not survive in a highly oxygenated body, so your susceptibility to them taking hold can be dramatically reduced.
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Dynamic Breathwork Level 2 – Next 4 week course starts May 5th

Run at the Richmond Studio 

Tuesdays 2, 4, 6 & 7pm (1hr classes)

4 Main topics will be covered during the course:

  • 5th May – Combining breathwork with heartfelt emotions like Gratitude, as well as learning about heart coherent breathing. This session is inspired by the amazing work of the HeartMath Institute 
  • 12th May – Developing the understanding of Energy Pulling and Mind Movies which has been inspired by the great Joe Dispenza 
  • 19th May – Dan Brulè Breathwork – Transformational breathwork as an energy clearing technique
  • 26th May – Wim Hof Inspired breathing cycles as the final session
  • Please note all instructors are Dan Brulè Certified Instructor



  • Single session $35
  • 4 session pack $100 (with 1 FREE Lucia Light treatment) (Value $190)

Please email Darren personally if you have any queries

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Techniques you will learn are:

  • Inhale Pauses – ‘ever expanding inhale”
  • Exhale Pauses – relaxing deeper into the breath out
  • Energy Pulling Techniques to move breath energy from the base to the crown and back again
  • Advanced “Heart Resonance Breathing”
  • The “Vortex Breath” for stage 4 activation
  • Wim Hof inspired breath cycles
  • Bliss state development

Suite 5-7, 83 Glen Eira Rd
Ripponlea VIC 3185
Ph: (03) 9523 5558
Level 1, 161- 165 Swan St
Richmond VIC 3121
Ph: (03) 9428 3330

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Suite 5-7, 83 Glen Eira Rd
Ripponlea VIC 3185
Ph: (03) 9523 5558

Level 1, 161- 165 Swan St
Richmond VIC 3121
Ph: (03) 9428 3330

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