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 detriments to our physical and mental health that prevents us from reaching our full performance potential, keeps us full of stress and anxiety and stops us from experiencing more happiness is that we are not breathing correctly. Let’s change that.
Breathing is our #1 source of energy. I’d argue more important than food or water, yet the breath is often the over looked aspect of training or everyday life. Attention to nutrition and hydration is obviously critical to maintaining optimal health but… emphasis on your breath should be the paramount priority.
We breathe 20,000-30,000 times each day and most of us, even high performance athletes only utilize 60%-70% of each breath. Let’s think about this… every day we waste nearly half of the body’s main energy supply by inefficient, dysfunctional breathing patterns.
This applies to high performance and professional athletes, health care professionals, corporate executives, those suffering with physical and mental injury or illness, first responders, military, special forces, veterans and everyday men, woman and children.
The best gift we can give to our performance and our physical and mental health is efficient, optimal Breath Control.
Take a few minutes to watch the video below that demonstrates Breath Control exercises and techniques that restore healthy functional breathing patterns.
Breath Control Training 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.
Follow the link below or continue down the page for more details on the specific Breath Control training or therapy program that is right for you.
- Sports and Athletic
- Everyday Life
- Injury Rehabilitation
- PTSD, OSI & Trauma
- Pain Management
- First Responders
- Health Care Professional
- Clinical and Corporate
Breath Control Programming is offered via:
- Live Online Individual Training
- In-Person Private Sessions
- Workshops & Clinics
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.
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