Want to breathe better? I'm am now trained in Rossiter Respiratory Technique. It's appropriate and helpful for all ages! Be sure to check out the link below.
4 Years ago, I attended a breathing workshop by Leon Chaitow a well-known and well respected practitioner and author in the field of bodywork. Ever since then I've been convinced that breathing well, is extremely important both for current health and for the future health of our brains and bodies as well as for our emotional health (think meditation techniques using the breath for focus.) I've been practicing better breathing techniques ever since and learning as much as I can to help others improve their breathing. I've felt some improvement, but without some change in soft tissue involved in breathing, the change has been minimal.
This past weekend, after receiving the Rossiter Respiratory Technique, I have noticed much more ease and freedom in taking a deeper breath! I would love to pass this on to everyone! Better breathing can help with your sports performance, with your singing, with everyday life!
Richard Rossiter has been practicing this for years and gathering data on results. He has found that it is beneficial for those who have asthma, helping them to breathe better and to even reduce or stop needing the medications they take. Medication for asthma does help those who suffer, to breathe better, but they also have side effects. I know as my son has had asthma since he was 2 years old and one concerning side effect of the albuterol for him was a racing heart and uncomfortable hyperactivity. We are lucky, he no longer has serious asthma attacks. He seems to have mostly grown out of it. I do feel concern for him still every time he comes down with a cold though, because one never knows if the cold will cause him issues. And what about for those who haven't grown out of it? Wouldn't it be nice to not have to rely on the inhalers so much?
If you are interested in learning more, please call or email me. I would be happy to discuss this with you.