I just had an amazing interview with the world’s foremost expert on breathing, Stig Severinsen. The Discovery Channel has named Stig The Ultimate Superhuman. That’s because Stig has the world record for holding his breath and can hold it for an amazing 22 minutes!
Watch this interview to discover:
How to reduce stress and inflammation through your breathing
What the “Inner Dolphin” Dive response is and how you can tap into it to control and regulate your nervous system
Learn what gentle movement combined with deep breathing can achieve for you
How this simple breathing technique can help you lose weight and increase metabolism
If you like the interview, I highly recommend you register for Stig’s FREE Breatheology Discovery Master Class.
In this class, you’ll learn all about proper breathing techniques how can help you control stress, increase energy, lose weight, perform better physically and mentally, alleviate pain and improve your health!
About Stig Severinsen:
Stig is a Danish freediver, a four-time world free-diving champion and holder of multiple Guinness World Records.
He is a trained biologist, has a PHD in medicine and loves nature and is a Fellow International member of The Explorers Club.
Stig’s extensive knowledge and practical experience with breathing is the foundation of a unique concept, which connects the body-mind-soul and gives a new approach to health and performance.
His numerous Guinness World Records include diving 500 feet under ice and a 22-minute breath hold under water. You might have seen him on Discovery Channel when he was named “The Ultimate Superhuman”. Or on 60 Minutes of National Geographic featuring his simple approach to health & performance.
He wrote the besteselling book; Breatheology – The Art of Conscious Breathing, which is now available in 10 languages world wide.
Stig founded Breatheology & proposes that through working with the breath, a link can be created between body and mind that enables a person to control stress, increase energy, lose weight, perform better physically and mentally, alleviate pain and improve health.
In 2001 Jon Gabriel weighed 409 pounds. He’d tried almost every diet available without success. Overweight, overworked, and unhappy, Jon was ready to give up. Then on September 11, 2001, Jon received a wake-up call, when pure chance kept him off of United Airlines Flight 93, which crashed in Pennsylvania. This made Jon realize that life was a precious opportunity not to be wasted. Over the next two and a half years, Jon dropped more than half his weight without dieting, pills, or surgery.
Health Disclaimer: The Gabriel Method is not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness. This information is intended for educational purposes only, not as medical advice. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, eating, or health program.