By Denise Everheart
With more and more people turning to SKY Breath Meditation, here’s an infographic of many of the mind and body benefits you don’t want to miss out on.
Breath meditation is more than a buzzword. It is a global phenomenon led by The Art of Living’s world-renowned, powerful breathing technique a.k.a. . SKY is an easy-to-learn, rhythmic breathing technique that takes you to the door of deep meditation and beyond.
SKY practitioners report everything from deep relaxation and more to reduced stress and . Read on to get a glimpse of the breathtaking benefits SKY offers, and how you can get in on these amazing benefits too!
Research-Backed Health Benefits of SKY Breath Meditation
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SKY Breath Meditation Testimonials
“Practicing SKY Breath Meditation has enabled me to be a better version of myself. I function at a higher level. My day is more stress-free, everything flows, and I concentrate better. I get more done, more efficiently, and I am much happier.”
~Leonard Y., business owner
“As a new mom, postpartum days were full of anxiety and uncertainty. With all the rollercoaster of emotions, it was quite stressful for me to deal with as a new mom. Daily SKY and meditation were literally a lifesaver for me. SKY kept me energized in spite of a sleep debt so I could meet both personal and work commitments. It also helped me find some peaceful time for myself too.”
~Tamalika M., Human Resources professional
“I have been looking for this for 15 years! The techniques are truly a gift. When I practice them regularly, I feel great no matter what has happened during the day.”
~ Charlotte P., Lawyer
Commonly Reported Benefits of SKY Breath Meditation
Physical health benefits of SKY
Improves overall health and well-being
Boosts energy levels
Strengthens immune system
Reduces cholesterol levels
Healthier blood pressure
Reduced addictive behaviors
Improved respiratory function
Mental health benefits of SKY
Greater clarity of mind and mental focus
Enhanced deep sleep
Enhances brain function
Improves ability to manage challenging situations
Increased life satisfaction
Improved interpersonal relationships with SKY
More ease and harmony in personal and work relationships
A deeper sense of community
Increases awareness of self and surroundings
Increases confidence and self-esteem
Psychological benefits of SKY
Relieves depression (both clinical and non-clinical)
Reduces anxiety (both clinical and non-clinical)
Reduces PTSD with quick and long-term effects
Increased self-esteem and joy
Spiritual benefits of SKY
Enhances yoga and meditation practices
Increases inner peace
Deeper connection with your inner self
Now that you have heard the multitude of , specifically SKY Breath Meditation I am sure you are wondering how you can learn SKY and start enjoying all the benefits millions of people enjoy every day. It’s super easy! Just click .
Want to ask a SKY instructor any questions? Just attend a and a SKY instructor will answer any questions you might have. You will also get to learn an easy breathing technique and experience a relaxing guided meditation.
Now it’s up to you to decide...do you want a powerful technique for deep meditation? You can start your own SKY practice today and see for yourself!
Denise Everheart is a freelance writer, life-long meditator, SKY Breath Meditation instructor, party planner, veg chef, and recipe designer. Follow her and on Instagram.
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