In Jason's 5-minute box breathing video exercise, you'll follow to slow down your breathing. You can use this exercise anytime you find yourself needing to relax and re-center.
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Jason Campbell Video Transcript
“In this 5-minute breathing exercise, you’ll follow to slow down your breathing. You can use this exercise anytime you find yourself needing to relax and re-center.
Over the next 5 minutes, I'm going to take you through a very simple breathing exercise. It’s going to help drop stress and anxiety and put you in this moment.
This is your head, this is your head on thoughts, and this is your head with stress. Look how turbidity it is. When I put the snow globe down, the turbidity settles we're going to do the same thing here. So nice and relaxed shoulders relaxed. You can sit up like I am, you can lay down, just get comfortable. We're going to start with the breath and we're going to listen to The Bell. Here we go. Inhale through your nose. Exhale. Inhale. Slowly exhale.
We're just going to start with rhythm. Inhale and exhale. You should feel good and release. See if you can fill up your lower abdomen like a balloon. Release. Inhale. Exhale. Shoulders relax in and release. Eyes can be open or closed. Inhale. What matters. Exhale. Is that you're here fully present right now inhale and release. So now listen to The Bell in. Exhale and get that timing going. Release. Exhale. Neck relax. Exhale. One more then we’re going to do box breathing. Inhale and release.”