Bounce breath

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Lesson overview

In this lesson we show you a new circular breathing technique, called bounce breathing. This technique allows you to breathe faster and will open up a whole new world in rhythm playing. Bounce breathing allows you to focus on the rhythm, not the breath.

Lesson goals

  • Play a controlled drone while taking short, sharp bounce breath pulses
  • Speed up your bounce breathing
  • Control your sniff in, so you maintain a comfortable lungful of air

Training tips

  • Practice the “Ha-Breath” action without your didgeridoo until it is easy
  • It’s important that the in-breath happens immediately after the pulse to make the most of the diaphragm drop/breath in combination. It should become the “one technique”
  • Try to take the smallest sniff in, so you don’t get too full of air
  • Eventually you will get so comfortable with this technique that all you’ll need to focus on is doing a diaphragm pulse… and your breath will happen automatically. With this exciting breakthrough, you won’t have to think about breathing anymore, you can focus on your pulsing rhythms!

Give it a try, let us know how you go and if you get stuck, post a question in the comments section below

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