Buteyko Breathing is a form of breath-work designed to restore breathing patterns back to normal and is effective in the treatment of conditions such as asthma, insomnia and sleep apnoea. The Buteyko Method can also be used to optimise sports performance due to its ability to enhance cellular oxygenation.

Breathing is a fundamental mechanism needed to sustain life, but did you know that your breath can profoundly influence your health? 

While breathing is an involuntary act, it is subject to change by the stresses of everyday life, processed foods, excessive sitting and talking, lifestyle choices and environmental factors.
Functional Breathing
Functional breathing involves breathing in and out through the nose. The breath is light, regular, effortless with the primary movement coming from the diaphragm.
Dysfunctional breathing
Dysfunctional breathing is generally upper chest breathing, often through the mouth. This can cause airways to narrow and reduce blood circulation and oxygen delivery.
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Symptoms associated with dysfunctional breathing patterns

Disproportionate breathlessness during rest or physical activity;
Frequent yawning or sighing;
The feeling of not getting enough air or the inability to take a satisfying breath.

Conditions associated with dysfunctional breathing patterns:

Asthma, hay-fever, sinusitis, rhinitis.
Stress, anxiety and panic disorder.
Sleep apnoea, snoring and insomnia.
Stunted craniofacial development in children.

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A Certified Buteyko Method Practitioner can teach you Buteyko Breathing exercises to decongest the nose, switch to nasal breathing and ensure the restoration and maintenance of functional breathing patterns. Exercises are simple and can be taught to adults and children over 5 years of age.

Expected benefits with the application and maintenance of the Buteyko Method include easier breathing, deeper sleep, more energy, reduced asthma and nasal congestion along with increased feelings of calm.