OxyGenesis Institute presents...

The Healthy Bottom Line


The brain is a real “gas-guzzler”. It uses about 25% of the oxygen in the body. Now consider that almost eighty percent of the population gets less than 30% of the oxygen they could be getting, due to inefficient breathing patterns that develop over time.

It doesn’t take a brain scientist to realize that most of your employees are experiencing an internal energy crisis. The good news is that fuel is free for the taking! All they have to do is practice balanced & proper breathing, which is part of our training program.

In fact, when they learn to breathe properly, they will also be automatically eliminating more of the waste and toxins that can cause illness, brain fog, fatigue and disease. 

"Many other physical troubles have [cleared up] in my clients after they started to integrate breathing practices into their lives. There is a simple but encompassing reason that may explain this. The human body is designed to discharge 70% of its toxins through breathing. Only a small percentage of toxins are discharged through sweat, defecation and urination. If your breathing is not operating at peak efficiency, you are not ridding yourself of toxins properly."

                                                                    ~ Gay Hendricks, Ph.D.

The healthy bottom line is that no other stress management technique can compensate for poor quality breathing. That’s why our program features easy-to-learn “Focused Breathing” exercises that get right to the point, without all the fluff.

Employees breathe all day long. Now they can use breathing as a tool, while they work, to...

  1. Bullet   Energize and de-stress as needed

  2. Bullet   Expand breathing capacity

  3. Bullet   Enhance brain power by inducing a calm, energized state.

  4. Bullet   Increase creativity and tolerance

  5. Bullet   Re-establish a healthy response to stress: deep breathing

  6. Bullet   Relieve chronic tension and stress

And, of course, they can do it any time, anywhere. No need to take an extra break on the company dime.

Doctor’s advice

"Improper breathing is a common cause of ill health. If I had to limit my advice on healthier living to just one tip, it would be simply to learn how to breathe correctly. There's no single more powerful - or more simple - daily practice to further your health and well-being than breath work."

~ Andrew Weil, M.D.

Blood Pressure

"The relationship between breathing and blood pressure has been known and understood for a long time. It boils down to this: Elevated blood pressure accompanies those bodily states where rapid shallow breathing prevails. By altering breathing to a slow diaphragmatic mode, blood pressure decreases.”

~ Robert Fried, Ph.D.

Central to Health

"Breathing is the key that unlocks the whole catalog of advanced biological function and development. Is it any wonder that it is so central to every aspect of health? Breathing is the first place, not the last, one should look when fatigue, disease, or other evidence of disordered energy presents itself. Breathing is truly the body's most basic communication system."

~ Sheldon S Hendler, MD


“Fear is excitement without breath.”

~ Fritz Perl, MD


Better Breathing = Better Brain & Body