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We often overlook the profound impact breathing and movement can have on our physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

Yoga therapy addresses these, and other aspects of our health and well being. Whether you need help with chronic pain, managing stress, support through illness and difficult times, or simply aiming for a more balanced life.

If you need help in any of these areas, you have come to the right place!

 

Welcome breathheads!
Check out some interesting breathing facts

Breathing through your nose is better for your health, lung function, sleep and performance.

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The way you

breathe effects the alkalinity or acidity (ph) of the body

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You can influence your nervous system in minutes by changing the way you breathe 

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Your nose has erectile tissue, which is why the flow of breath is more dominant in one nostril – this changes every few hours throughout the day.

Breath work can help reduce stress, insomnia, respiratory problems, digestive issues and more

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Our thoughts and emotions can change how we breathe, so with breath work we can alter our thoughts and emotions!

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The average person breathes approximately 24,000 times a day

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You can do lots of exercise and eat well but if you don’t breathe correctly you will never reach your full health potential!

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Please feel free to email if you have any questions.  Alternatively, fill in the form below, and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

email: breathheads@gmail.com

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