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Mindful Breathing Necklace

Mindful Breathing Necklace

Regular price R 149.00 ZAR
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A mindful breathing necklace is a small tool you wear around your neck and use throughout the day. The unique piece of jewelry looks like a metal whistle with a stylish but minimalistic design. It teaches proper breathing techniques by prompting you to breathe deeply and slowly rather than taking quick, shallow breaths.

It was  inspired by the 17th-century Japanese Komuso monks. These monks would “blow zen” into bamboo shakuhachi flutes to achieve inner peace. But it is also a wonderful tool for anyone who suffers from anxiety, leads a stressful life, or wants a gentle but constant reminder to be more mindful and present. Using a mindful breathing necklace regularly has many benefits, such as lowering blood pressure and regulating the nervous system.

Aside from being extremely calming, deep breathing has also been shown to increase energy levels. This is because when you consciously start breathing slower, you increase the amount of fresh oxygen and nutrients in your body and brain. The oxygen spreads to all your cells, helping all your organs and brain function optimally.

How to use:

  • Inhale: Deeply inhale through your nose to fill your stomach with air. Then, place your lips around the mouthpiece and carefully exhale — don't blow — into the tool.  

  • Exhale: The natural release of air from the body (an exhale) is key, so it's important to monitor yourself and ensure you're not forcibly blowing into the tool. If you're exhaling properly you should hear "a low tone" and if you're blowing too hard you'll hear a "high-pitched whistle," which means you're using the tool incorrectly.

There are several breathing techniques you can use with a breathing necklace. Here are a few common ones:

  • Starting out: Inhale for a count of 4, exhale for a count of 4 – This is a great technique to start with and get familiar with conscious breathing.
  • Box Breathing: Inhale for 4, hold for 4, exhale for 4, hold for 4 – Known as box breathing, a widely used breathing technique that has even been used by the United States Navy SEALs.
  • Rest and Digest: Inhale for 4 seconds, and exhale for 6 to 10 seconds – Making the exhale longer than the inhale increases the calming and de-stressing effects. This is a great technique to use when you’re feeling anxious as it promotes parasympathetic nervous system functioning.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Laura Seal
I was sceptical, but it really works

The necklace is good quality and looks attractive. I find that simply breathing through the necklace for 4-5 breaths instantly relaxes my mind and body - which is very helpful for social anxiety.

Loret Van Der Westhuizen
The name suites the product

I've been a smoker for 20 years and tried everthing on the market to stop smoking. Last year I saw this new product on the market called breathlace. I reviewed all its comments and it sounded brilliant. The product was not available in SA. With some searching I came across your website. Thank you.
I'm using it for 12 days now and IT REALLY WORKS. I have very little cravings and it helps with the daily anxiety and stress which made me smoke in the first place. Great product!!!!!!!!!!

Roxanne Robertson
Not as described

In the description it says that when you breathe too hard into the metal tube a high pitch whistle is heard teaching the correct breathing technique. Unfortunately no sound comes from it, you would have more sound from a metal straw. When I sent an email and queried it I was told this is how it is meant to be and no further responses to my follow up email. Quite disappointing and not really worth the money in my opinion.

Delouise Groenewald
Mindful Breathing Neckless

Excellent Buy! Bought it for both my kids that struggle with anxiety and this has help us through what could have been major meltdowns. The chain is a bit flimsy but the "breathing" tool is works excellent and it help them to ease into their safe space!

So effective

At first I thought it was supposed to make an almost tuneful low tone with the outward breath. I couldn't make a sound. But after watching a YouTube video, I realized that the low tone is just from the gentle breathing out through a metal straw. I definitely feel a lot calmer afterwards.