Hi, I'm Beata

Nice to meet you!

Here’s an ugly truth about me: I used to live a pretty miserable life.

I never felt truly happy (happiness seemed like a big, fat lie to me)

I wasn’t fulfilled (and attracted ALL the wrong people into my life, UGH!)

I was terribly stressed at work (because I thought I had to please everyone – but myself)

Today, my life has turned completely upside down.

I help action-taking people live a happy life by eliminating work related stress through scientifically proved breathwork.

I’m a Certified Instructor in Conscious Breathing, but I call myself a Life Ignition Trainer. Because, in reality, that’s what I do. I ignite your life!

(In ways you’d never imagined)

Here’s how…

Breath training

How it works (and why it’s so important)


It’s the most important element for life to exist – and yet many of us take it for granted.

When we consider how we can improve our lives, we often overlook our breathing habits. (Even though it’s the most crucial function in our body)

But here’s the thing:

Without proper breathing, we simply wouldn’t be living.

In fact, we would only survive a few minutes.

That’s why conscious breathing should be a top-priority for your mental and physical wellbeing.

Your breath is not just important for your body but also for your brain. 

Setting some time apart each day practise your breathing can make a huge impact on your life. Especially your mental health.

Conscious breathing is a scientifically proven method, and more importantly, an easy way to promote relaxation and reduce fear and anxiety in critical moments of your life.

That’s why conscious breathing is crucial when going through a tough period.

(But as with all sorts of exercise, you need to practice regularly to see results)

The scientific explanation

When you're stressed – this happens

When you experience stress, your body will activate the sympathetic part of your nervous system, which in turn will increase your heart rate. 

Less blood is directed to your brain and digestive system, and more blood is directed to the muscles of the limbs. 

You’ll start sweating and your pupils dilate.

This makes perfect sense if you’re in a physically dangerous situation. Your body is basically preparing you to fight the thread or run for your life. 

But in your everyday life, this can be harmful, energy-draining and seriously damaging your ability to focus, relax and enjoy life.

It’s a vicious circle!

(but there’s a way to break it)

Your impaired breathing pattern will increase your basic stress. This decreases oxygenation in your body and places a greater strain on the resources you have available to sustain the optimum oxygen level.

Translated into normal English, this means:

The worse your breathing is, the higher physical and mental stress you’ll experience.

On the other hand, when you improve your breathing pattern, you’ll not only lower your inner stress – but also increase your overall well-being. 

You will see this reflected in your ability to concentrate, relax, and organize yourself, and experience positive emotions such as joy, harmony and fulfilment. 

Conscious breathing is for you if you're dealing with...


One of the most efficient ways to reduce stress is to make sure that our airways are open and functioning well. Improving your breathing habits will reduce – or even eliminate – the feelings of fear and anxiety that often prevents us from doing what we really want to do.


When you’re anxious your brain is perceiving a threat. The key to stopping the anxiety from developing is to breathe. It sounds simple. But it can be a real challenge. You know that if you’re currently dealing with anxiety and tried the good ol’ advise of counting to 10.


There’s a reason why we always tell a crying person to take a deep breath: It releases little bit of the physical tension, which in return transforms into mental relaxation. Now, imagine the effect of doing this regularly and consciously. Improper breathing inhibits you from feeling joy, while conscious breathing enables you to be in control of your own happiness.

Ready to invest in your own emotional well-being?