WHY IS OUR BREATH IMPORTANT?
Breathing is the most basic autonomic function. It influences the mind, body and potential of each person. Without breath the body would die within minutes.
The breath has an intimate connection to the heart and intertwining relationship to the nervous system, so much so that different responses are triggers in the body depending on whether you inhale or exhale.
WHY DO I NEED TO PRACTICE?
Today people breath too much.
Too rapid, often only through their mouth.
Restoring functional breathing can help improve a number of breathing related problems including:
Respiratory: asthma, rhinitis, hayfever
Neurological: Anxiety, stress and panic attacks
Childhood development: dental health,craniofacial development and ADHD
Sleep disordered breathing: insomnia, snoring, central sleep apnea, obstructive sleep apnea
Sports performance and fitness
WHAT DOES THE PRACTICE ENTAIL?
The aim of our practice is to slow down the breath to be light and deep and ultimately restore functional breathing. This is achieved through simple yet practical re-education. Each program is tailored to the client needs.