Breathe well – for a better life
To sleep well and be well, you must breathe well. This is just a simple law of nature.
Did you know that your habitual way of breathing affects your sleep, anxiety levels and capacity to exercise?
Getting your breathing right is the single most important thing you can do to promote robust physical and mental health, protect yourself from stress-related illness and alleviate many of our most common lifestyle disorders.
Welcome to BreatheAbility International. We specialise in breathing education and training
Breathing education is a preventative health essential.
Breathing retraining is the most natural, common sense and consistently effective approach to get relief from conditions associated with a faulty breathing pattern - as seen in ALL people with:
Asthma | Snoring | Sleep Apnea / Apnoea | Nasal Problems | COPD | Chronic Cough | Anxiety and Panic Disorder | Breathlessness | Poor Exercise Capacity …
Normal healthy breathing is silent, slow, smooth, with the diaphragm, and in and out the nose – all day, all night, even when running a marathon. How do you compare?
You can change the way you breathe… It is as natural as taking your next breath…. differently.
About us – BreatheAbility®
Our mission is to educate and train people to breathe better, thereby improving their health, wellbeing and sleep and reducing their reliance on medications, surgery and appliances. Breathing is the most fundamental function of life yet over 80% of people ignore it or get it wrong.
Breathing: Nature got it right, modern life tampered with it, breathing retraining corrects it.
Tess Graham Physiotherapist, Breathing Educator, Author, Speaker, Founder of BreatheAbility Int.
By the way … Better Breathing is NOT Deep Breathing!
People get so confused about breathing, with all the different styles, methods and breathing gurus and gadgets out there. If you want your body to function properly, there is only one way to breathe. And that is, to breathe correctly – with physiologically normal breathing. That is the aim of breathing retraining, which can be very different to breathing exercises you may learn in Pilates, yoga, martial arts, singing and fitness classes.
Breathing large ‘deep’ breaths to completely fill your lungs is NOT physiological normal breathing. Fully exhaling to empty your lungs is NOT normal and is NOT healthy. It is not unlike how breathing is during heavy snoring, coughing and a panic attack.
Affordable, accessible breathing programs for busy people:
Seminars, keynotes, conferences
Health professionals training courses