Heart Coherence practice group Isbourne Centre

[et_pb_section admin_label="section"][et_pb_row admin_label="row"][et_pb_column type="4_4"][et_pb_text admin_label="Text" background_layout="light" text_orientation="left" use_border_color="off" border_color="#ffffff" border_style="solid" text_font_size="14"] Wednesday the 7th October 2015 was my evening practice group that hold at the Isbourne Centre in Cheltenham. That same afternoon, I also had a workshop to run for some new clients to introduce them into my therapy technique called ZPB Self-Synchronisation.

It was not a big group for the workshop, 4 including me. One of the ladies drove up from Bristol especially to find out about ZPB as she was very intrigued about what self-synchronisation meant. She was thinking it would perhaps be good for a few members of her family who had health issues.

The other 2 Women were regulars at the Isbourne Centre, and were both into meditation for health reasons, and spiritual understanding.

I explained to them early on in the session, that by the time that they left, they were going to know how they could synchronise their breathing with their heartbeats. And that when they did this, they would be able to make their hearts beat more rhythmically and therefore efficiently. This was something that I was going to teach them so that they would be able to do this anytime, anywhere and without the need for any equipment.

First up was Sarah. I put the clip on her earlobe and started the software. We all sat and watched her heartbeat rhythm shown as a graph line displayed on my computer screen.

This is what we saw.

Sarah

As I normally do, I let the heartbeat show its natural course when breathing as usual, but then after a few minutes I suggested to Sarah to do a more regular and even breathing pattern to see the effect that it had.

This next chart was from Sarah again. This time I instructed her to use a pulse reading taken from her fingertips, and then to breathe in relationship to it. She did this with her eyes closed so she couldn't see the computer screen for any other feedback information.

Sarah 2

So as you can see, her heart is beating more rhythmically than before, but what is particularly relevant is that she can now do this anytime, anywhere simply by adopting the breathing to heartbeat sequence that I taught her. This will enable to maintain a very high level of heart coherence as well.

Next we have Dee.

This was her initial reading on that day

.Dee

Dee was open about her health issues and did mention that she suffered with M E. This may be something that was a contributing factor to how erratic her heartbeat was.

Once Dee adopted the ZPB Self-Synchronisation breathing technique however, she became very pleased with the difference it made to her heartbeat rhythm.

Dee 2

Last up was Carol

Carol

A good result! Very obvious difference between normal fairly shallow breathing and ZPB Self-Synchronisation breathing. She was pleased and went back to Bristol with some valuable information to share with the rest of her family.

During the course of the workshop we shared stories and information as all witnessed the dramatic and fundamental changes to how each of our hearts were beating. All 3 Women sent away smiling and keen to practice their newly acquired passive exercise regime called ZPB Self-Synchronisation.

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