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Creating Health for All live interactive workshop in Huddersfield

How we breathe matters

An introduction to functional breathing

Breathing is an automatic process that when efficient promotes health and well-being. Breathing at rest should be through the nose, quiet, slow, driven by the diaphragm and almost undetectable whilst at rest and asleep. If your breathing is not like this your body can be trained to breathe efficiently again which can lead to improvements in sleep, feeling calmer and reduced breathlessness with movement.

Breathing affects every cell, tissue, organ and system in the body. Breathing efficiently provides the basic foundation for every cell, tissue, organ and system in the body to work efficiently. Read the feedback from individuals who have improved their breathing efficiency on the testimonial page & at the foot of the menopause & webinar pages.

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Improve sleep, exercise tolerance & stress resilence

Did you realise that how you breathe when you are awake affects how you breathe when you are asleep? You can improve the quality of your sleep and also your response to stress by making conscious changes to your breathing. 

If your breathing is efficient it improves oxygen delivery and reduces breathlessness with movement.

Click the video on this page to briefly assess your breathing efficiently or click here for a more in depth assessment.

Friday 26th April
7 - 8.30pm
Northfield Hall
Huddersfield HD2 1GS
£6 plus booking fee

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