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A missing jigsaw piece in perimenopausal and menopausal care

Hormones affect how we breathe.

How we breathe affects our health and well-being.

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Aware

I am raising awareness of how breathing is altered by hormones and how this can lead to symptoms of inefficient breathing.

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Assess

I offer an opportunity for women to assess their breathing efficiency. 

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Action

I am encouraging and empowering women to improve their breathing efficiency.

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The Liz Earle Wellbeing Show
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The Dr Louise Newson Podcast

I had the pleasure of being a guest on:

The Liz Earle Wellbeing Show,

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The Dr Louise Newson Podcast &

Oxygen Advantage Podcast with Patrick McKeown

discussing how hormones affect the way women breathe and how breathing affects health and well-being.

Functional breathing for the perimenopause and menopause

I offer face to face or virtual programmes to optimise breathing for the perimenopause & menopause.

These interactive programmes include all aspects of functional breathing. The aim is for you to understand your body as well as the science behind your mind, body and breath connection. 

Join me to 'be the best you can be'

Dr Louise Oliver

Individual programme

Five 1-hour individual functional breathing sessions which can either be virtual or face to face at my home in Holmfirth.

 

Cost £500

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Bespoke programme for
organisations

I am able to deliver a bespoke programme which can be tailored to suit the needs of your organisation. 

Cost: please contact me 

Dr Louise Oliver

Virtual group programme

For those individuals who would prefer to work in a group setting a virtual programme is available. 

Cost £150

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'I have never looked back since your programme, it’s positively impacted my sleep and sense of calm in a way I can’t quite describe. I completely related to the feeling of suffocation, but you proved that my oxygen levels were fine. A lesson that has stayed with me, helping me to navigate my way through my first cold in many, many months. This time I’ve been able to stick with nasal breathing throughout, knowing my oxygen intake is safe. Your work is incredible'

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