Laugh till it hurts your cheeks! The focus is going to be on - breathing.
Notice your breathing pattern. What part of your body expands as you inhale and then contracts as you exhale? Does Your body twist or pull to one side as you inhale / exhale? This is easier to do when lying down. But stop and notice right now anyway. We all have asymmetrical patterns of how this happens.
Here are a few games to play while breathing.
1 - FORM: Standing, sitting or lying down using good posture (no slumping).
Movement: Inhale to the count of 4, Hold the air in for the count of 4, Exhale to the count of 4, Hold the air out for the count of 4. Inhale repeating the cycle for 3 minutes or more (whatever length of time works for you). Daily.
NOW as you're doing this breathing to the count of 4 notice what are you doing with the diaphragm. expand the ribcage breathing in more air. This can stretch the diaphragm. Notice if you expand equally in front and back, right and left sides of ribs.
2 - FORM: Standing, Sitting or Lying Down using good posture (no slumping).
Movement: On the exhale pull the navel towards the spine and upwards. Release and let the lungs vacuum pull air back into the lungs. Then REPEAT again
Exhale pull the navel towards the spine and up under the ribcage trying to expand the ribcage – pushing as much air out of the lungs as you can. As you work with this technique it becomes easier but never easy.
Do this 4 to 10 times for a cycle and repeat the cycle again later in the day.
RESULT: This technique will do several things simultaneously.
“I do this one daily and my liver has never been happier. It has room to move and perform its function now (not stuck). – Best elimination in my life! – And my facial skin is finally staying clear of acne.” Mary Wheeler, LMT
At the age of 9 my I was punched in the abdomen very hard by a classmate. I received surgery that evening resulting in massive adhesions and a very big scar from navel to pubic bone… Gosh it did affect and change my life and body… wish my family had taken me to a Chiropractor instead of to the OBGYN who did the surgery… And this event my friends has led me down the path I am on today sharing all I have learned - regaining the proper function of my BODY. Mary the one who is the author of all this stuff.