Learn The Buteyko Breathing Method in a one on one Class session
When we started out in 2002 breath training was almost exclusively the domain of athletics and eastern disciplines. Then as an ever-increasing amount of studies came in showing the correlation between hyperventilation and common ailments and the benefits of slow diaphragmatic nasal breathing the medical community started to recommend breathing programmes more often.
Today optimal breathing is considered fundamental to well being. The reason is obvious: The way we breathe affects every cell in our body. Whether you suffer from asthma (1), rhino-sinusitis (2), poor sleep (3), anxiety (4), reduced heart rate variability (5) or stress (6), you should really take a closer look at you breathing.
Learning Buteyko is not about practising breathing exercises and then going back to poor habits. It is a method that teaches you how to change your breathing full time so that your breathing is continuously: nasal, slow and diaphragmatic. In short, we will train you to breathe optimally. Find out why our students say: “everyone should try this.”
How it works:
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Pure Buteyko In-Class FAQ
This course is for anyone wishing to learn the Buteyko breathing method. Whether you want to learn Buteyko as a way of managing your asthma, rhinitis, anxiety, poor sleep or stress. Your session will be tailored to your needs.
You will learn techniques and guidelines that will allow you to retrain your breathing.
The Buteyko breathing method is a series of exercises that retrains your breathing so that your breathing is continually: Effortless, slow and gentle, that it is nasal, driven by your diaphragm with your mouth closed and with a correct tongue posture. And finally that there is a natural pause after each exhalation.
Nasal diaphragmatic breathing influences the parasympathetic nervous system, the rest and digestion state. It is shown to reduce the levels of the stress hormone cortisol in the body. It is also proven to lower heart rates and blood pressure. For anxiety sufferers, the greatest benefit is that it prevents the onset of hyperventilation.
Each class is ninety minutes long.
For most students, it takes just one class to learn all of the techniques involved. After your session is completed we will provide you with refresher notes. You may if you wish, book a follow-up class later on.
Our 90 minute private classes cost $1500 HKD. There are no other fees.
You can book a session with us at any available time slot. All time slots are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
Yes, you may change your session time here, however, please let us know at least 1 day in advance.
We conduct sessions across all time zones. When you book with us you will be shown and allocated a time slot in your local time zone.
A mobile phone, tablet or computer with Skype or Zoom installed. We will ask you for your Skype Name during your booking. Then we will reach out to you using that Skype Name when it is time for your appointment. If you are using Zoom we will Whats App and e-mail you an invitation ten minutes before your session. You will also need a notebook and a pen. When your session is completed we will email you notes from your session.
We will email and Whats App you an invitation to join the online session ten minutes before it begins. We will also send you an SMS reminder and email the day before your session is due to start.
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1. New Zealand Medical Journal: Buteyko Breathing Technique for asthma, an effective intervention
2.University of Limerick: Role of Buteyko breathing technique in asthmatics with nasal symptoms
3. Breathing retraining in sleep apnoea: a review of approaches and potential mechanisms
4. How Breath-Control Can Change Your Life: A Systematic Review on Psycho-Physiological Correlates of Slow Breathing
5. Frontiers in Public Health: The Impact of Resonance Frequency Breathing on Measures of Heart Rate Variability, Blood Pressure, and Mood
6. Frontiers in psychology: The Effect of Diaphragmatic Breathing on Attention, Negative Affect and Stress in Healthy Adults