Media Kit

The Media Kit Includes:

About Tess                        30 sec intro pdf
Background                      Tess Graham BS. Grad Dip Phty, DipBM (pdf)
Show and Story Ideas
Media One Sheet pdf   Story Ideas, talking points
Book one-sheet (pdf)       Relief from Snoring and Sleep Apnea 

Q & A                                  Sample Q and A for interviewers
Image Gallery                   Tess Graham and Book cover images (low and high res)see below
Video clips                        Tess Graham
Visuals /Graphics/ Video footage                 Can be used for TV interviews – see below

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About Tess Graham

Physiotherapist with a focus on breathing retraining to restore health and wellbeing

Tess Graham, a physiotherapist and breathing educator, has delivered her ground-breaking breathing retraining to more than 5,000 people over the last 20 years. Helping people with snoring, sleep apnea, asthma, anxiety and panic disorders has been her mission since witnessing her own children’s recovery from the scourge of asthma and sleepless nights. Tess established Australia’s first dedicated breathing clinic in Canberra, Australia in 1993.

Her BreatheAbility® for Health seminars and programs have given thousands of people a new lease on life .Her book, Relief from Snoring and Sleep Apnea explains why incorrect breathing is behind these conditions and delivers a step-by-step guide to silent, restful sleep and better health through changing the way you breathe. She’s been told she has saved many relationships.

PDF form – Tess Graham 30-Second Introduction       Background Tess Graham    

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Show and Story Ideas

Click here for intriguing, engaging story ideas.

Tess Graham’s Images

The following images may be used for print and other media use.
Download one of the following images using these steps:
1. Click on your your preferred image to view the high resolution version.
2. Right-click on the image  and save it on a desired location in your computer.

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Cover Relief from Snoring and Sleep Apnea low res

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Visuals / Graphics available for TV and print interviews

The following images help to convey the concept of dysfunctional breathing patterns (faulty breathing habits) being present awake and asleep in snorers and other poor breathers. They may be used for television, print and other media use.
Download one of the following images using these steps:
1. Click on your your preferred image to view the high resolution version.
2. Right-click on the image  and save it on a desired location in your computer.

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Illustrator: Victor Lunn-Rockliffe

For all press inquiries and interviews

Please contact: Tess Graham
Email:            Tess@BreatheAbility.com or admin@BreatheAbility.com
Tel:                +61 (0)2 81881343
Cell phone:   +61 (0) 401368197
Skype:           tessgrahamaus

Background Tess Graham

Tess Graham has a Bachelor of Science degree (University New South Wales) majoring in anatomy and physiology, and finished her post-graduate physiotherapy training in 1975 (Cumberland College, Sydney University). She was trained in the conventional model of breathing practices. In her first years of work in hospital respiratory wards she observed that traditional deep breathing exercises and coughing and lung clearance techniques could leave some patients breathless, distressed, dizzy or fatigued. She altered her practice then by instinct, but it was not until studying the work of Professor Konstantin Buteyko, (Russia), biochemist VA Kazarinov (Russia), Dr Claude Lum (UK) and Dr Gregory Magarian (USA) that she understood what she had observed. When practice of Dr Buteyko’s Method of Breathing Retraining freed her children from asthma, Tess trained in this technique and established Australia’s first dedicated breathing clinic in Canberra, Australia.

Over the last two decades she has further developed the art of breathing retraining and has delivered her ground-breaking Better Breathing programs to more than 5000 people with extraordinary and consistent success. Her unique style of breathing retraining is a down-to-earth approach that is easily adapted into busy lives.

Tess has now developed resources to make this work more widely available. She is the author of Relief from Snoring and Sleep Apnea (Penguin 2012), the recently published US edition (2014) and the Breathing Exercise Instruction Audio.

Concerned by the state of our health system, the skyrocketing incidence of breathing-related conditions and the lack of education about breathing, Tess founded BreatheAbility.com in 2012 to share fundamental information and resources for improving health and wellbeing – through getting breathing right. She aims to expose the myths and misinformation about breathing that are detrimental to health and perpetuate a dependence on medication, surgery and appliances for conditions that are fundamentally due to faulty breathing patterns.

Tess created the BreatheAbility® for Health seminars and training programs for health and wellness professionals and would like to see breathing retraining recognised as a primary health practice throughout the world.

Tess has been interviewed by major media outlets and contributed to many publications. She is a sought after speaker, nationally and internationally, and has presented hundreds of times in community, corporate, government and health professional forums.

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