Episode 195: Breathwork, Beats, and Cold Water

with Josh Solar

There are any number of reasons that you may be experiencing heaviness right now. Fortunately, there are methods available to all of us for altering our physiology through the breath, blasts of cold, and sound that can help to alleviate those feelings.

Josh Solar has been tinkering with different aspects of his biology in order to affect the mind and consciousness for years. What he’s learned, from breathwork to binaural beats, can help us to transform the heaviness we’re experiencing, the same way it’s helped him.

On Today’s Episode of A Healthy Curiosity:

  • What benefits he finds in his habit for putting his body in uncomfortable states
  • How a period of heaviness in Josh’s life started him on his healing path
  • What some of the common effects are during breathwork sessions
  • The role binaural beats have played in the development of Josh’s practice
  • Josh’s advice for incorporating cold showers into your routine

Josh Solar is an explorer of all things human. He’s a devoted husband & father, a breathwork teacher, reiki master, ambient music maker & lover of all things that bring him to a state of wonder.


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Dr. Belisa Vranich

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