Great Yoga Breathing Exercises for Busy Women

Dasja Ashbrook ( Tiffany )
By: Tiffany on October 26, 2012 4:49 am PST   Flag blog entry   

As a career woman, mother, wife, or combination of these roles your day is likely pretty full.

With so many things to do you likely wake up feeling troubled and anxious about the days events s your mind races to go through everything that must be done. Does it seem like you always have something to do, but never enough time to get it done in? You’re not alone in these thoughts as there are lots of women everywhere who would like to take a deep breath and just live in the moment.

Learning how to manage your time and spend that much need quality time with your family and friends, and to yourself is certainly a difficult challenge to balance. However, like all other challenges life throws our way there is a way to overcome this. You must understand that it is going to take some practice and even a little support from those you love to make it work.

Yoga Breathing Exercises Help You Slow Down and Refocus

While figuring out how to juggle everything, yoga can act as an outlet for all of your stress and anxiety. With proper breathing exercises they help you to adapt to the competing demands for your time that go on throughout the course of a day. As your mind begins to run on overdrive and you’re wondering how to make it all work out, this would be a great time to stop, breathe, and calm down so that you can begin refocusing your thoughts. Below, you will find three other reasons why yoga breathing can really lead to a stress free life.

1. Helps to improve your physical and emotional health
2. Helps to relieve tension
3. Relaxes, rejuvenates your body, promotes rest and calms your mind.

Once you learn how to breathe correctly, you can begin to instantly feel the rejuvenation and start to calm and reenergize your mind and body. This allows you to have more energy to get through the day and the emotional space you need to manage your life with much less stress involved.
By learning new patterns of breathing you will soon see that it not only helps you mentally, but physically as well. As the oxygen is able to flow through your body better, you’re allowing your body to function at 100%.

Practice Breathing
The great thing about yoga breathing is that you’re able to learn it at your own pace and can complete it just about anywhere. It is a great stress reliever to try in the mornings before you start your day. Just as few as five minutes focusing on your breathing and on nothing else can clear your mind of the stresses and allow you to properly sort out the tasks you have ahead of you for the day.

If you feel the need to breathe during the day you can simply take a bathroom break and begin breathing in through your nose and out through your mouth to get proper blood flow, piece and quiet, and proper understanding of what’s really on your mind.

There are lots of busy professionals and stay at home moms who have taken advantage of the breathing techniques learned through yoga, and many of them have accredited it to allowing them to have a much more prosperous stress free life.

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