Dysfunctional breathing occurs because over time our nervous system may alter how we breathe to compensate for illness, injury, stress and poor movement patterns.

This change is an unconscious process as our body learns to cope and compensate for often  hidden or unresolved issue . However, this creates dysfunction and affects us both physically, mentally and emotionally.

Dysfunctional breathing patterns contribute to mental health concerns such as stress and anxiety, focus issues, poor fitness and chronic fatigue. 

By reprogramming your breathing pattern, you can expect reduced breathlessness at rest and during exercise, greater sleep quality, and to feel more in control of your life.

Using scientifically proven methods, I help you create a practice that will transform your efficiency and effectiveness of breathing, so you can reclaim the joys in life.

The first step in your breathing retraining journey is for us to run a couple of assessments to check whether my offering are right for you.

Should this peak your interest, you can book a free 15-minute session by clicking the button below.

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Martin Presenting to the Australian & New Zealand Society of Respiratory Scientists.

Below are examples of some of the symptoms or issues of people I have supported with breathing retraining: