Welcome to Gentle Breathing
What is Gentle Breathing?
Gentle breathing is a holistic programme to help you manage asthma effectively.
Would you like to have knowledge and information on safe breathing exercises?
Research has shown that people who do breathing excerises daily reduce there use of medication.
Would you like to learn more about different breathing techniques to help you stay calm
Learn the secrets of yogic breathing, especially safe and useful for asthmatics.
There is lots of information on the internet but using the information, but little on how to apply the techniques for yourself. As academic researcher and yoga teacher for over 6 years, I have helped hundreds of people use the breath for energy and relaxation.
The ‘Gentle Breathing’ programme is a safe and relaxing method which will give you the holistic tools and knowledge which will help you manage your breath more effectively.
- Learn the biggest mistakes people make when breathing and how you can correct your breathing patterns.
- Learn how you can use the breath for greater energy and calmness
- Learn deep relaxation methods using your breath
- How about how you can improve your asthma management
For people who cannot attend my workshops, I have produced a smoothing and relaxing audio which will help you learn more about breathing techniques and breathing exercises. Learning more about breathing is an essential tool in self management of asthma. Empower yourself to live life to the full and enjoy the relaxing audio.
Around 14 years ago I left my home and family and friends to work at the University of London as an academic researcher. My mission then was to support and listen to why people were getting admitted to hospital with asthma.
I conducted around 40 in-depth interviews with patients who were admitted to hospital and were not managing their asthma. I interviewed hospital doctors, and did a number of presentations worldwide.
The research was published in the British Medical Journal, and won the Paper of the Year Award in 2002 from the Royal College of General Practitioners.
However, 12 years on there has not been much improvement in the management of asthma by patients. Three people die of asthma every day. There are around 75,000 admissions to hospital, around 1.2 million people are suffering debilitating sense of breathlessness, wheezing and tightness of the chest. Source: British Lung Foundation.
After working as a health services researcher and NHS manager, I moved on to explore natural therapies and yoga. I qualified as a yoga teacher in 2005 in New Mexico and then as a children’s yoga teacher in 2007. I have been exploring the creative arts and alternative therapies whilst bringing up two children full time.
Suffering from asthma is a debilitating condition for parents and children. The fear from not being able to breath is a fear of struggling to survive; it is a fear like no other fear, because without breath there is no life. The breath is so important to us, more important than anything else.
Managing the breath is managing to survive, mastery of the breath is gaining control over your life, allowing you to life your life to the full extent. Asthma can be managed through support, knowledge and understanding.
There is a lot of information on the internet. However, what I have to offer you is knowledge of both academic concerns in asthma management and natural therapies to help and support you.
Another passion of mine is campaigning against female foeticide, around 125 million female feotus have been aborted and many thousands of girls are missing, many are buried alive by there parents.
‘When we feed mother nature the flesh of our unborn daughters, she cries and shivers.
Too be in communion with the creator you have absorb her beauty, you have to reduce her pain.
There is only one consciousness, one creator and since only women create the creator is also female’
Breathwork, Kundalini Yoga, Mens Health, Womens Health