Special Notice From Glyn Blackett
My coaching / therapy practice is currently closed, and has been since early 2019.
This was initially necessary for family reasons (I had to become a carer), and though at first my intention was to re-start my practice in a new location, this has not proved possible. It is unlikely I will reopen a coaching practice for the foreseeable future.
I'm focusing my energy on developing and marketing my biofeedback software produce, Mind-Body Training tools, which you can read more about here.
I decided to leave my website up as there are lots of articles that people still read.
Free Mini-Course in Breathing Well for Stress Relief, Emotional Wellbeing & Optimal Performance
This course was formerly offered in exchange for signing up to my email list. Since the closure of my coaching and therapy practice, I no longer operate a mailing list but you can access the course without signing up below.
Breathing responds to stress - often imperceptibly, but in a way that leaves us more prone to anxiety, irritability, fatigue and more.
Conversely, when done properly breathing can be a way of effectively relaxing, and setting up the conditions for calm, clear focus, abundant energy & motivation, and emotional positivity.
But too often, breathing is taught or practised in a way that misses the real benefits, and can even lead to you feeling worse, not better.
I've created a series of five short videos (average length 8 mins) delivered to you by email, that show you:
- how stress and poor breathing adversely affect brain performance
- the #1 breathing mistake that leaves you feeling worse not better
- the difference between "good" stress and harmful stress, and how to transform them
- three key components of healthy breathing
- heart coherence, its benefits, and how to access it through slow, regular breathing.
Free Breath Pacer Software Tool
In addition, when you sign up you'll get access to a free software tool to help you with slow regular breathing for heart coherence - it generates both a sound and a bar graph that you can use to pace your breathing.