Director of Education and Training
Tyler is a First Responder Paramedic; Addictions Nurse, Respiratory Specialist, Occupationally Aware Clinician, competitive athlete and performance coach.
Tyler has spent years working with clients and patients from all walks of life in the community, sporting organizations, clinical and hospital settings as well as at several of Canada’s premier Addiction Rehabilitation Treatment Centers.
Tyler has collaborated with Physicians, Professional Athletes and Coaches, Military and Special Forces Trainers and Personnel, and First Responders to develop the Breath Control Training Program.
What is Breath Control?
Breath Control Training is comprised of proven principles, exercises and techniques to form one unique comprehensive training program. Breath Control Training scientifically enhances performance safely, effectively and in the shortest possible time.
BCT is critical for not only maintaining conditioning but for rehabilitation from both physical and psychological injury and illness.
The Breath Control Therapy (BCT) program offers non-pharmacological, evidence based solutions and is an approved therapy by the British Columbia College of Nursing Professionals.
When you breathe efficiently your body is cleansed of unwanted waste products, your lungs are strengthened and your immune system is harmonized. Your thoughts calm down which enables you to control your stress level, lower your pulse and acquire more energy to improve resilience and allow you to reach your full potential.
Breathing training can help you achieve this in your every day life, while recovering from illness or injuries, at home, at work, for sport performance or in the line of duty.