Physiotherapist Tania has 30 years experience in the field of breathing dysfunction, breathing pattern disorders and hyperventilation syndrome and physiotherapy. She co-foundered Breathing Works clinics 1998: the clinics have treated over 30,000 individuals with breathing pattern disorders & breathing dysfunction.
Director / Physiotherapist, BHSc(Physiotherapy) PGCert(Western Acupuncture), MPNZ, Partner BradCliff Breathing
Scott is an innovative and passionate physiotherapist, who is a world-wide expert in the diagnosis and treatment of Breathing Pattern Disorders.
Director / Physiotherapist, BHSc(Physiotherapy) PGDip(Rehabilitation), MPNZ, Partner BradCliff Breathing
Brooke is passionate about treating breathing dysfunction. She has a personal interest in disordered breathing after she suffered from sports related breathing dysfunction and anxiety while competing in Triathlon as a Junior Elite athlete.
As someone who has felt the effects of asthma, allergies and chronic sinus infections, particularly on breathing during running, Pip’s special interests include breathlessness in athletes and she brings that into her own love for trail running and running coaching. She also completed asthma education course with WA Asthma.
Physiotherapist, MHSc(Hon), Dip Physiotherapy, MNZP
Janet has been specialising in the area of breathing dysfunction for over 16 years. As a musculo-respiratory physiotherapist, Janet combines both her knowledge of anatomy and muscle function with the respiratory aspect of breathing and lung disease.
The Canadian Instructor for the New Zealand-based BradCliff Method®, Jessica has also traveled across Canada presenting and lecturing on the impacts of dysfunctional breathing on health, with recent keynote speeches at the Saskatchewan Lung Association Conference as well as the upcoming International Association for Dance Medicine & Science Conference.
Dinah Bradley and Tania Clifton-Smith met in 1991. Dinah had just published her book Hyperventilation Syndrome – a Handbook for Bad Breathers. (Her original title, The Hazards of Heavy Breathing, had been rejected by the publisher days before going to print!).
BASc(Physio.) Hons 1st Class, Cardiorespiratory APA Board Member, TSANZ Associate Member
Mitchell is one of our Australian instructors who runs a respiratory physiotherapy practice called Functional Lungs in Sydney and Wollongong.
Talia completed her Master’s Degree in Health Sciences at The George Washington University in 2004 and a transitional DPT from the University of Michigan-Flint in 2014. She is also a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Cardiovascular and Pulmonary physical therapy through the American Physical Therapy Association.