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Release Diaphragm

Blocked diaphragm – Solar plexus – Knotted belly

Stress, anxiety, anxiety with feeling of tightness and spasm of the ribcage or larynx.
Release of Breath and Voice.
Sports Performance.
Find your breathing, your voice and your regenerative breath.
Ask all people who have been stressed or have suffered a psychological shock, as well as those who experience a feeling of suffocation or difficulty breathing due to a spasmodic diaphragm, or those who have difficulty breathing, impression of having the throat knotted while the medical examinations show nothing, to practice the abdominal breathing. But how can they do it with a completely tight or knotted belly?

Sports and sports performance improvement.
Sport Performance passes through the complete release of breath, only possible with a diaphragm completely free in all its amplitude and in all its movements. The release of the Diaphragm allows the athlete to achieve better by gaining Breath and Oxygen.

The diaphragm is a muscle that forms a dome above the organs of the abdomen and separates them from organs in the chest. In addition to this separating role, the diaphragm is the main motor of respiration.

A blocked (or spasmodic) diaphragm usually causes a bad breathing called “reverse breathing” (strictly thoracic or clavicular). Breathing is then mainly through the upper chest (scapular). Such breathing is often an important sign of a state of stress. It is the source of many problems and inconveniences like:

  • Limitation of breathing amplitude (upper chest breathing only)
  • A painful plexus and a feeling of oppression often accompanied by anxiety.
  • An impression of stomach pain (knotted belly)
  • A feeling of lump in the throat (knotted throat)
  • Impact on the back with muscle contractures and pain in the diaphragm attachments, or back completely blocked.
  • Exacerbated emotions
  • Speech disorders (breathlessness whose origin is only respiratory)
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Sleep disorder (difficulty falling asleep)
  • Nocturnal awakenings with feeling of discomfort (anxiety for example) or cramps.

The method

This unique breathing technique developed by Bernard Tisné, osteopath for 30 years, consists of the sending of vibratory waves following the breathing of the client, between the Inspire and the Expire on the Diaphragm and the Pericardium to create a Regenerating Respiratory Movement that will unblock breathing and belly.

The vibratory waves will indirectly create compression and chest decompression by doing a kind of ‘cardiac massage’ by increasing the blood pump function of the heart by ejecting a portion of the blood through the aorta to the vital organs and thus stimulate all the functions of recovery and regeneration of the body.

This method of respiratory movement restores natural Abdominal and Thoracic Respiration by restoring movement of the diaphragm without imposing restrictive exercises on the patient.


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