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The Goldie Hawn Foundation’s program MindUP has partnered with renowned breathing coach Ed Harrold to provide resources and training videos focused on techniques and strategies applying the science of intentional breathing for our own physical, mental health and well-being.  This content is available teachers, educators and parents via MindUP.  

Ed Harrold’s Breath AS MedicineTM training focuses on nasal dominance by applying the principles and philosophy of yoga breathing (or pranayama) to improve breathing rates and patterns; thereby, improving brain health, heart health, respiratory health, nervous system imbalances, endocrine health, circadian & ultradian rhythms as well as cognitive function and emotional intelligence.


Breath AS Medicine is a highly effective modality for reducing stress and improving wellness and well-being. With evidence-based concepts & strategies, this training is specifically designed for teachers and educators who want to learn the art, science and application of yoga breathing as a self-care, wellness & well-being practice as it relates to physical, mental and emotional health.

Earn Your Breath Badge @ MindUP

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Ed teamed up with Goldie Hawn's MindUP Series with Microsoft Education to discuss the power of breath in health and well-being. 


You can watch the full replay ondemand here>>

A clip of Ed Harrold & Goldie Hawn talking about one of her favorite breathing techniques Ed taught Goldie for a restful night's sleep.

Directed by Emmy-Nominated director Tiffany Shlain and executive produced by Goldie Hawn and MindUP, The Teen Brain is a 10-min short film that explores what's happening in the teenage brain, illuminating that teenagers are emotionally brilliant super-learners with brains that are undergoing rapid and significant remodeling and development. Based on the latest research on adolescence, and showcasing both teens and doctors and psychologists, The Teen Brain offers tools to stay balanced and navigate the powerful adolescent years. Find resources and discussion questions for all ages at

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