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How slow breathing brings peace and tranquility whenever you need it - Yentell Perdieus

May 16th, 2022,

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In our busy and often hectic world, consciously seeking ways to relax is essential to stay well-balanced. The question is: how do you do that? Yentell Perdieus, moonbird’s ambassador manager shares his tips and insights.

‘I do my breathing exercises three times a day, including heart coherence with moonbird.’

Who is Yentell Perdieus?

“At moonbird, I am involved in growth marketing, but I also take care of our ambassadors. I have a great interest in marketing and sales. I find it very exciting to constantly learn new skills that I can then use to help grow the sales of a company.

I am very much involved in personal growth as well. You can often find me at workshops, in the yoga studio, or among the self-development books to learn more about myself and to grow as a person. I also enjoy sports and everything that has to do with cars.”

What drives your work?

“The main motivation in my job at moonbird is actively helping to develop a brand with enormous potential, in a market that suits me well. In addition, I get a lot of satisfaction from learning new things in the sales-marketing domain. Finally, it is fantastic to be a part of a company that can make other people's lives a bit nicer, calmer, and more beautiful.”

How do you notice you’re in need of relaxation?

“When my muscles and body start to feel tense, I know I need to give myself some rest. My triggers are very much linked to perfectionism. This can manifest itself on a work-related level, but also socially, where I often have the feeling that I always have to perform or do well, instead of sometimes allowing myself to just be ;-).”

What do you do when you notice this?

“ I perform my breathing exercises three times a day, including heart coherence with moonbird. In addition, I regularly do body scans and you can often find me in the yoga studio. Eating healthy meals does me a lot of good as well.”

Do you have a set daily self-care ritual?

“Body scans, breathwork, stretching/yoga, eating healthy/smoothies, and sports are activities that I do every day. A body scan ensures that I stay in touch with my body and emotions. Breathwork gives me some peace of mind during the day. Stretches and yoga are a must to relax my tense muscles as a result of chronic hyperventilation. Finally, exercising and eating well makes me feel healthy and gives me more energy.”

What has conscious breathing brought you?

“Conscious connected breathing brings me closer to my emotions, such as sadness. I only do sessions of connected breathing with certified breathing coaches and never on my own because the guidance is quite important.

Slow breathing, on the other hand, I taught myself thanks to my moonbird as a breathing coach. It brings me peace and tranquility whenever I need it.”

How and when do you prefer using your moonbird?

“I use my moonbird three times a day, in the morning, afternoon, and evening, always for six minutes. If I really experience a lot of stress during the day, I may even use it four to five times. I have a personal set rhythm because it feels most natural to me.

I especially like that I don't have to look at my screen while doing my breathing exercises with moonbird, and that I get biofeedback about how calm I am after an exercise. It is just super accessible to use and that makes it pleasant for me.”

Final question, what is your motto in life?

"Live and let live."

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