Many bodily functions are essential to survival but breathing is our lifeline, linking us to the world from birth to death.
Breathing is subject to major disruption or interference from thinking, feeling and experience, and also as a result of biomechanical and biochemical factors.
The foundations of good breathing are using your NOSE, breathing LOW – using your diaphragm – and SLOW (8-14 breaths per minute for an adult).
Your first assessment with our Bradcliff breathing Physiotherapists (Kathy, Kelly G, Annalees) will cover these essential three elements, and much more.
Better breathing leads to better sleep, digestion, pain relief, better concentration, speech, asthma control, sports performance and wellbeing.
Our physiotherapy clients are often amazed at how just a few sessions can make such a difference.
Book in with one of our breathing experts to see how you might improve your breathing and health today.
Call 927-3330 or you can book online (see link below)