Sun Breath

How much time do you spend sitting at your computer or hunched over your phone each day? A lot, right?

Spending hours working or playing at the computer may seem like no big deal, but maintaining static positions for long periods of time can lead to stiffness and even injury.

So try this!

Seated Sun breaths are great for when you want to feel more calm. They can be done discreetly but still have an incredible impact on your emotional state.

Incorporating this exercise into your routine can reduce hand pain and wrist pain, and keep your forearms, hands, and wrists functioning properly.

They are also great when you’re in a meeting and find yourself feeling a little worked up. You can put your hands under the desk or shove them in your hoodie and.. Breathe.

Interested in learning more about ways breath and movement can help you relax and focus throughout your day?

Check out our Cost of Care Course intended, for helping professionals and anyone else looking for tools to cope with their stress.


Feeling stressed out & psychologically unsafe at work?

Check out our guides!

The Mako Method™ Resource Guide for Stress Management

Download our resource guide and learn over 50 ways you can use quick breathing exercises, affirmations, gratitude, journaling, and perspectives practices throughout the day to manage your stress and create psychological safety at work.


The Mako Method™ for Psychological Safety – The Ultimate Checklist

Download our free checklist to learn our framework of best practices for creating and experiencing more Psychological Safety at Work. 

Which guide do you want?