Owl breath is very similar to bumble bee breath, maybe a little bit more calm and subtle. Take a deep breath, make an O shape with your lips and release the air slowly making hoo-hoo sounds. Pay attention to the flow of air but also to your feelings. This can be a very relaxing form of breathing, but if you feel activated, do stop and give yourself a good hug. Soft feelings can be moving, so do pay attention to their impact on you – it’s a perfect opportunity to practice emotional regulation. .Tip for parents: this one is certainly exciting for Harry Potter fans;).Tip for therapists: this could be a good opportunity to foster the client’s agency. The common assumption is that calm feelings make us feel better, but do they? Each client may experience this exercise differently – it’s a perfect opportunity to talk about emotional regulation and diversity of experiences.