“Smile of Breath” sessions
Daily free virtual breathing and meditation sessions at 2pm EST during self-isolation: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/5039110425
Learn simple tricks to integrate and improve into your daily life to relax and uplift with every breath.
The 40-min session offers scientifically studied techniques to feel your lung wings like flying – and to practice at any time at home.Experience the “energy body” within minutes with e.g. tingling sensations
+ Detach from remote hustle into your subtle mind-body
+ Relax more and more with every breath
+ Improve health, attention and avoid sickness
+ Learn how to sleep better with breathing
+ Gain mood boosts
+ Clinical studies on Wim Hof breathing techniques showed coping of injections of e.coli bacteria, acid to alkaline blood pH level changes and a release of more adrenaline than a first bungee jumper through breathing!
Inspired by his mentor Wim “The Iceman” Hof and Tibetan masters, Hannes Bend has been guiding “Smile of Breath” classes at renowned museums (Rubin Museum, Frost Science), conferences (Stanford) and offices (Google, WeWork).
Donations would be wonderful 🙂 Venmo: @hannes-bend PayPal: http://www.paypal.me/hannesbend
Here also a free short breathing, gratitude and body relaxation meditation as audio with my friend Jamie Levy from MEEP:
Hannes has been guiding mindfulness, yoga, breathwork, and breathing techniques among many other places at:
Google NY, WeWork HQ, The Rubin Museum Of Art, University of Oregon, The City University of New York, Primetime preschool, High Schools in NY, Woom Center among many others.
Mindfulness, yoga and breathing classes adapted to office environments
15-60 minutes sessions of mindfulness breathing exercises to:
Improve efficiency with focus, presence and team-bonding
Release natural “happy hormones” within minutes
Improve the immune system function
Reduce stress, anxiety, depression
Scientifically studied practices
Book Hannes for group or private classes +1 646 and then 474 3062
Breathwork and mindfulness in NYC offices since 2016 by Hannes Bend
Hannes Bend has been guiding mindfulness, breathwork, breathing techniques, and yoga at many notable places such as The Rubin Museum of Art in New York, WeWork HQ NY, The City University of New York, The Frost Museum of Science in Miami, The Institute of Neuroscience at the University of Oregon and Stanford University since 2014.
He has also been mindfulness and breathing in schools for Mission Be in K-12 schools in New York, in corporations and offices in NY, and at conferences such as Science and Nonduality Conference held annually in San Jose.
He has also been volunteering for the New York City Department of Health and Department of Correction to offer breathing practices and yoga in the high-security jail complex Rikers Island since 2014.
Hannes has also initiated and contributed to neuroscientific research on meditation and breathing with scholars such as Michael Posner (University of Oregon) and Ray Lee (Princeton University) since 2014.
In addition to being the breathing guide, Hannes Bend is a certified yoga instructor and has trained personally with peers such as Wim “The Iceman” Hof and Drumko Gyal, an expert in Tibetan mantra healing.
The practices have been guided to people all ages (2-82 years) and can be easily adapted to corporate, educational and recreational environments and situations.
Every Saturday afternoon at 1:11pm, Hannes leads a breathing workshop at the Elizabeth Street Garden in Soho. Please see this link for details: https://www.meetup.com/breatheny/
Hannes has also been a mindful educator for Mission Be, a non-profit organization offering mindfulness in schools nationwide: https://www.missionbe.org
Free online guided meditation by Hannes: https://insighttimer.com/hannesbend/guided-meditations/breath-relax-gui-dance
As part of his artistic practice, Hannes merges virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) projects with traditional mindful practices. Using biofeedback sensors monitoring heart rate and breath, VR/AR visual stimuli transforms. These projects are based on meditation studies conducted at the Institute of Neuroscience (University of Oregon) where Hannes was an artist-in-residence from 2014-2016. These studies were widely presented.
At Stanford University, in particular, Hannes won the presentation award for “Well-Being Computing: AI meets Health and Happiness Science” at the 2016 AAAI Spring Symposia. hannes’ team continues to explore how to offer creative and contemplative practices in simple forms for all ages through the media of VR & AR.