Classes are something we’ve got down. Life demands that we are students of many things. Progression in any arena requires education, and today there are classes on just about anything and everything you can think up.
Some things, like calculus, are things we probably wouldn’t have a begging clue about (not looking at your genius cousin), if not taught from top to bottom. In other cases, like dance, we might have an innate ability to sense movement or music. If dance classes can help to refine and capitalize on our ability to execute dance movements, is it silly to think that courses for something as automatic as breathing would be beneficial?
Breathing Classes: Not Just for Mammas
You might be thinking: Not unless you’re pregnant.
This is probably the only kind of breathing class most people are aware of. Breathing classes are a staple for new mothers preparing for labor, which is, of course, for a higher purpose.
However, there are plenty of classes out there offering both live and online classes dedicated to, as I suggested, something as automatic as breathing. That’s just the thing. While it’s intuitive, there is so much that isn’t automatic about how breathing clearer and better are related to an entire scope of things like anxiety, short term memory, and even harbored trauma.
At least that is the belief of services promising a comprehensive guide to healing such dysfunctions through breathing techniques offering group, private, online, and in-person classes. There are even courses offering a certification format, for those who need the extra kick of accomplishment.
Could breathing classes and the drive to breathe better one day become a preference or necessity? What do you think, GR8 fam, would you join a breathing class?