5.00(2 Ratings)

How are you feeling? Do you radiate health and well-being?

Or are your shoulders tight? Perhaps your neck is stiff? How’s your lower back feel? Do you suffer from fatigue or high blood pressure? Are you feeling high-strung and having trouble calming down? Postural issues? Weak core muscles?

Your breath is related to all these conditions.

Yes, your breath.

In fact, nothing is as necessary to good health as breathing properly, and yet, most days, we don’t even pay attention to it. What’s worse, most of us don’t know the first thing about how to breath properly, meaning breathing in a way that truly supports and optimizes our chances for better health. Well, we can change that right here and now.

I designed Breathing for Wellness gentle practices to boost vitality to help address all the above.


In this program, we will learn how to:

  • calmly bring our attention to our breath following the inhalation and the exhalation to strengthen the diaphragm, calm our nerves, and improve our digestion.  
  • learn proper breathing exercises to increase our lungs capacity, no matter what our age.
  • discover the power of the exhale and learn how to use it to actually help our body absorb MORE oxygen
  • observe your feelings and emotions that naturally arise with your breath. 


At the end of this program you’ll feel lighter, revitalized, and more confident in your ability to use your breath for optimal health.

This course is designed to be completed at your own pace, and can be easily digested with only 20-30 minutes of uninterrupted time in your weekly schedule. It includes 10 videos organized into 4 bite size lessons. There’s no time limit to complete the lessons. All the videos can be viewed multiple times if needed or desired. Once you purchase the course the material will be yours to use as you see fit.

Please contact me if you have any questions. I am happy to discuss the program with you.

Thank you,

Course Curriculum

Breathing for Wellness

Starting the Practice

Second Practice

Third Practice

Fourth Practice