World Leaders in Education, Assessment and Treatment of BREATHING Pattern Disorders and Dysfunction

Diagnosis and recognition of functional breathing pattern disorders has entered the diagnostic repertoires of clinicians in all areas of health care, from neurology to women’s health, psychiatry to respiratory medicine, cardiology to sports medicine and more. The topic is included in current undergraduate physiotherapy training. Read the full BradCliff Story...

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Breathing is the foundation of health and wellness

At Breathing Works, we receive patient enquiries on a daily basis from all over New Zealand, requesting information about services in their region. This patient demand has identified the need for a nationwide network. There is a huge potential for growth in this area of healthcare and if physiotherapists fail to provide it, we’ll lose yet another unique physiotherapy skill to other professions. Read more...

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Course dates for 2018 coming soon!

Mon 1 Jan 201812:00 PM - 12:00 PM

We are currently finalising our dates for Level 1, 2 and 3 courses in 2018 now. Check back soon!

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Do you have a breathing pattern disorder?

Typical symptoms are:

  • Frequent sighing and yawning
  • Breathing discomfort*
  • Disturbed sleep
  • Erratic heartbeats*
  • Feeling anxious and uptight
  • Pins and needles
  • Upset gut/nausea
  • Clammy hands
  • Chest Pains*
  • Shattered confidence
  • Tired all the time
  • Achy muscles and joints
  • Dizzy spells* or feeling spaced out
  • Irritability or hypervigilance
  • Feeling of 'air hunger'
  • Breathing discomfort

*Check with your doctor if you experience these symptoms.

Try checking your breathing:

Our natural breathing pattern is:

  • Breathing in and out through the nose
  • Low chest/abdominal pattern
  • 10-14 breaths per minute
  • A relaxed pause at the end of the out-breath

When in doubt. breathe out.

BradCliff Breathing can help.