Are you spending so much time at work sitting down in front of the computer? Does your work require you to stand for too long?
If yes, then you can be experiencing some sort of energy stagnation.
In the same way that stagnant water causes bottlenecks in a pond or a river, stagnant energy causes blockages in our bodies and minds. Stagnation impedes the blood flow and our natural detoxification channel, thereby creating more toxins that can significantly harm our bodies.
You might ask, what if I just move right away? That's the problem.
A sudden motion may prove to be dangerous. The best way is to ease your way into it.
This makes it the perfect time to know about the fourth Executive Warrior Breathwork - the Moving Breath.
This next step combines light stretching and breathing, enabling you to loosen up and helping you transition to bigger movements. It's a great relief from the neck and shoulder pain and soreness you feel after prolonged computer work.
Executive Warrior Academy's latest vlog takes you into this routine with ease and comfort. Here are some tips to note before you proceed with it:
- When you push your hands down and rotate your neck, visualize stretching your neck and shoulders.
- Always make sure that breath and movement are in sync.
- Please pay attention to the breath-hold instructions. These will help you improve your oxygen utilization.
The Moving Breath is designed to increase your energy flow to bring you back into balance of equilibrium. When you practice this regularly, you will loosen up and become prepared for more intense exercises and more rigorous tasks and responsibilities.
The Moving Breath will bring the alertness and energy you need into your mobility, making you more productive and efficient at work and life in general.