BradCliff Breathing Method Scholarship

Scholarship applications for the upcoming Level 1 Online Course beginning September 14th 2020 have now closed.

We have not yet confirmed dates for our Level 1 courses 2021 - please check back soon and sign up to our newsletter for updates.

We will be offering six Scholarships for this course - x3 from the Northern Hemisphere, and x3 from the Southern Hemisphere!

We are extremely passionate about meeting the huge need for health professionals trained to recognise and treat disordered breathing. We receive patient enquiries on a daily basis from all over the world, requesting information about services in their region. We are therefore looking for health professionals who serve populations that don't currently have access to a BradCliff trained Health Professional, or who have circumstances where help with fees would allow completion of our course.
The BradCliff Breathing Method Scholarship will fund 50% of the course fees for the Level 1 course. To complete your application, please complete the form below:
The Level 1 Scholarship application closing date for our September Online Course:
  • 14th August 2020
We will announce the recipient the week following the closing date.
meeting the huge need for Health Professionals trained to recognise and treat disordered breathing

One of the best aspects is the ongoing support and discussions

Since attending the first two BradCliff courses, I have had some incredibly rewarding experiences with patients.

Breathing dysfunction is an extremely fascinating area of Physiotherapy and one in which the more you learn, the more interesting it becomes. I thoroughly enjoyed both courses, the BradCliff team are very knowledgeable and their various passions within their chosen field complemented each other really well for a very well rounded course.

One of the great aspects of becoming a BradCliff Practitioner is the ongoing support and discussions. I would highly recommend this course to any Physiotherapist.

— Anna Rankin, Physiotherapist based in Invercargill, New Zealand