Breathing matters

As part of Stress Awareness Month, we have two videos by Kim Parker about breathing techniques.

If you work in the legal sector and you've ever struggled, been under pressure, felt highly stressed, or had your physical or mental health affected, these videos are for you.

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The first video is a short introduction and looks at why breathing matters and how it can help. You can read the transcription of the introduction video here (PDF).

In the second video Kim shows you three simple breathing techniques that will help you relax, de-stress, reset, and ground yourself. You can read the transcription of the 3 simple techniques video here (PDF).

Breathing matters - introduction by Kim Parker

Breathing matters - 3 simple techniques by Kim Parker

More about Kim

Kim Parker is a LawCare helpline volunteer, former senior solicitor, and has been a leading intuitive coach since 2009. She helps disheartened lawyers create everything they long for, without the struggle and without sacrificing or compromising themselves, through coaching, breathwork and retreats.

Find out more on Kim's website, email: [email protected] or contact Kim on LinkedIn.

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