An Accidental Discovery That Made All the Difference

When you make your deep breathing and dynamic energy exercises a
regular habit, you’ll begin to experience the power of intention.

Intention is a way of focusing your thoughts and attention on a
specific point or goal. It’s a powerful way to enhance the effects
of the breathing exercises you do.

You can literally focus your mind on an area of your body that is
in pain, or tight, or not functioning properly. To do this, you
first visualize the energy in your body flowing freely, gaining
in intensity.

Once you begin to feel this energy, which usually takes only a
few minutes, you can then focus it on the area of your body that
needs healing or support.

For example, in the Secret Power of Dynamic Energy Exercise
Course, Volume I: Invigorate and Rejuvenate
, I
guide you through exercises that combine breathing with movement
and help loosen up and relax your entire body.

I also tell you how to breath and focus to, for example, release
tightness and pain in your back. You can literally hold a position
and “breathe into” the tight spots.

Within a few cycles of breathing, you can literally feel the tight
or painful spots release.

Some people like to add a lot of hocus-pocus and mystery around
these types of exercises. They make it seem so esoteric. I think
they turn a lot of people off, who would otherwise be interested
in – and benefit from – this type of exercise.

Truth is, there are a lot of practical, health-transforming
benefits from these exercises.

One of my goals with my programs, through this website, and with
the clients I train is to share with people the power of this
approach to exercising…so more people can reap the benefits.

I first became aware of the power of breathing through martial

I had a lot of exposure to breathing methods. But I viewed them
primarily as a means to help me become a better fighter.

I was fortunate to have two instructors who were extremely
advanced and knowledgeable about their respective arts. They
were excellent teachers. And they expected a lot out of their
students, black belts and assistant instructors.

I sweated, heaved and sukked air through more classes and
trainings than I ever care to remember.

After one particularly difficult session, which was for advanced
black belts only, my butt was really whipped. Unbeknownst to
me, I had asthma (which hadn’t been diagnosed yet) and was
probably having an attack.

I decided to do some of the breathing we practiced as part of
our forms. I only spent about five minutes or so.

But I noticed afterwards that I recovered much more quickly
from the difficult workout than I had in the past. I went from
feeling like I was about to faint, to being calm and energized.

I had discovered – by accident – how powerful proper breathing
can be. And what an excellent complement it is to more intense
forms of exercise.

This discovery lead me to seek out even more information and

The knowledge I gained helped my improve my fitness and health.
It helped me overcome a severe case of asthma. So I feel
compelled to share it with as many people as I can today.

Without all the esoteric BS.

You Can Do It!


“Best Breathing Exercises: Transform Body Mind and Spirit with
Dynamic Energy Exercise!”

Copyright, Karen Van Ness, 2013

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