Breath Control

 breathwork research


The way we breathe is the way we feel and how we perform.

The way we breathe is the way we live!

One of the biggest health problems in the world today that keeps us from fulfilling happiness and prevents us from reaching our full potential is that we are not breathing correctly.

We breathe 20,000-30,000 times each day and most of us only utilize 60%-70% of each breath.  We waste up to 40% of the body’s main energy supply by inefficient, dysfunctional breathing patterns.

That’s from professional athletes, people suffering from disease or injury, Navy SEALS and special forces, corporate executives, and everyday women, men and children.

Breathing is our #1 source of energy. I’d argue more important than food or water, yet the breath is often over looked.  Attention to nutrition and hydration is obviously critical to maintaining optimal health but emphasis on your breath should be the paramount priority.

The best gift we can give to our health and our overall well-being is efficient conscious breathing.

Breath Control Programming is based upon three main pillars:

  • Biochemistry and composition of the blood
  • Biomechanics of ventilation and functional breathing patterns
  • Psychology and motivational techniques

Through breathwork, a link can be created between body and mind that enables a person to control stress, increase energy, increase physical and mental performance, alleviate pain, improve health and enhance happiness.

For he who has gained control over his breath, shall also gain control over the activities of the mind.  The reverse is also true, for he whose mind is in control, also controls the breath. The mind masters the senses and the breath masters the mind.

  • Sports and Athletic
  • Corporate
  • Tactical
  • Everyday Life
  • Injury Rehabilitation
  • PTSD, OSI & Trauma
  • Addiction
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Pain Management
  • Asthma
  • Military
  • First Responders
  • Veterans
  • Health Care Professional
  • Clinical and Corporate
Begin Breathing

Breath Control Programming is offered via:

  • Live Online Individual Training
  • In-Person Private Sessions
  • Workshops & Clinics
  • Retreats

“Wow! What a fascinating experience to learn from Tyler! As a runner and fitness fanatic passionate about feeling my best I’m so excited to put these strategies to work!”

Gillan Goerzen

Author of The Elephant in The Gym

“The breath is the horse and the mind is the rider.”

Tibetan Proverb

“When horse and rider are in harmony, they will merge and become one as well as help each other, that is breath control.”

Stig Severinsen

Freediving World Champion, Founder of Breatheology

Breathwork Therapy

Injury Rehabilitation

Expedite recovery times from sports, workplace or accident injuries and reduce the risk of future injuries.

Trauma / PTSD Treatment

Effective PTSD & OSI symptom support free from the use of mood-altering prescription medications.

Addiction Recovery

Breathing exercises and breathwork techniques for drug and alcohol addiction and recovery from substance abuse.

Anxiety Relief

Deep breathing exercises for anxiety with breathwork techniques to calm stress and manage symptoms of panic disorder.

Depression Relief

Positive psychology and imagery techniques, proven to reduce symptoms of depression and restore quality of life.

Pain Management

Non-pharmacological Breath Control Therapy for pain management and pain reduction for acute or chronic pain relief

News Articles & Upcoming Events

Stay current with Breath Control announcements, upcoming workshops and events while keeping informed on the latest scientific articles and research studies.

Breathwork For Neck Pain
Breathwork For Neck Pain

Scientists say that neck pain is related to poor breathing patterns and may cause changes to your breathing. This creates a vicious cycle as altered breathing patterns contribute to neck pain.In a 2014 study, 36 people with chronic neck pain were given three 30-minute...

How To Breathe In Poor Air Quality
How To Breathe In Poor Air Quality

Breathing techniques to use during poor air quality conditions from Wildfire Smoke and Air Pollution 1. Inhale and exhale through your nose. The nose was designed to filter particles on inhale and return moisture to the...

Breathe Comfortably With a Face Mask
Breathe Comfortably With a Face Mask

Education and advice to reduce anxiety, panic and discomfort while wearing a face mask. This video can be used as an essential resource for specific breathing techniques and tips to improve breathing patterns to make it easier, become calmer and more comfortable when...

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