Stop Holding Your Breath!

If breathing is not normalized, no other movement pattern can be.

-Karel Lewis, MD


How breathing creates a more functional core

Do you have trouble taking a deep breath?

Do  you have difficulty fully engaging your core?

Do you have pelvic floor dysfunction?

Do you have postural tension and tightness?

Find out why you need to stop holding your breath on my latest youtube video 


Want a more connected breath?

The diaphragm is the most important yet most forgotten muscle in the body.

Breathing with your diaphragm is the key to better spinal mobility, core stability, and functional strength. 

Breathing well helps improve mobility in the thoracic cage plus creates better connection, tone, and timing in the muscles of the lumbar spine, abdomen and pelvic girdle. 

Do you want a more connected breath?

Click below for my upcoming online course.

Learn to breathe well


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