On average we take around 23,000 breaths per day, but how many are we actually conscious of? Many of us are guilty of shallow breathing, re-learn the art of breathing with us.
 
 
 
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Richie bostock

Richie has made it his mission to  spread the life changing possibilities of Breathwork

Breathing is the only system in the body that is both automatic and also under our control. That is not an accident of nature - it is be design and is the key to becoming a healthy, happy and high-performing individual. Richie's own experiences with Breathwork have completely shifted his own life and beliefs on the potential of human beings. Having traveled around the world learning from many of the modern day masters of Breathwork, it is now his mission to share this powerful work with the world. 

You can catch Richie at festivals, workshops and retreats across the world. He currently teaches Breathwork classes in London and represents The Wellness Movement for corporate sessions for organisation’s who wish to accelerate their employees personal growth and development quickly! 

 
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Aimee hartley

Aimee Hartley is a Conscious Breath Coach. Trained in many modalities from Yogic Pranayama to Transformational Breath, she uses her knowledge of breathing patterns and breath exercises to teach people the infinite healing qualities of their breath. Helping people manage stress and anxiety using simple and effective breathing techniques, The Wellness Movement have teamed up with Aimee and tailor made workshops for the corporate setting on a group and individual basis.

Aimee is the founder of The Breathing Room in the City of London.

Aimee studied and qualified as a Transformational Breath Facilitator and Workshop Leader with Dr Judith Kravitz, Founder of Transformational Breath Foundation, in Italy and the US, she qualified as a Professional Yoga Teacher in the UK and Australia.

Aimee has written features on conscious breath-work for Yoga Magazine, Healthy, Natural Health, Breathe Magazine, Yogaia and Well-to-do-London and has recently been featured in The Times newspaper. 

 
If you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment, live in the breath.
— Amrit Ray