Sustento Bibliográfico

AWAKE, es una aproximación a la respiración consciente que ha sintetizado e integrado la evidencia científica acumulada desde hace años en relación a este tema. A continuación, los libros e investigaciones en los que se sustenta:

  1. Alfaro, M. (2018). La Hindu-Yogi Ciencia de la respiración. Un manual completo de la filosofía de respiración oriental del Desarrollo físico, mental, psíquico y spiritual.
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  5. Brulé D. (2017). Just Breathe: mastering breathwork for succes in life, love, business, and beyond. New York: Enliven. ISBN: 978-1-5011-3438-8.
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  7. Buijze, G. A., de Jong, H. M. Y., Kox, M. van de Sande, M. G., van Schaardenburg, D., van Vugt, R. M., Popa, C. D., Pickkers, P. y Baeten, D. L. P. (2019). An add- on training program involving breathing exercises, cold exposure, and meditations attenuates inflamation and disease activity in axial spondyloarthritis- a proof of concept trial. PLOS ONE; 14 (12), e0225749.
  8. Carter, J., Gerbarg, P., Brown, R., Ware, R., D’Ambrosio, C., Anand, L., Dirlea, M., Vermani, M., & Katzman, M. (2013). Multi-Component Yoga Breath Program for Vietnam Veteran Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: Randomized Controlled Trial. J Trauma Stress Disor Treat, 2:3. doi 10.4172/2324-8947.1000108
  9. Cebolla, A., Miragall, M., Palomo, P., Llorens, R., Soler, J., Demarzo, M., Garcia-Campayo, J. & Baños, R.M. (2016). Embodiment and body awareness in meditators. Mindfulness, 7 (6), 1297-1305. doi: 10.1007/s12671-016-0569-x.
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  21. Divine, M. (2015). Unbeatable Mind: forging mental toughness. ISBN: 978-0-9861311-0-3
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