Assess your breathing fitness! How many of these 25 symptoms and behaviors associated with problematic breathing do you have?

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In March at the height of pandemic stir-craziness, I signed up for a Sierra Club week of daily hiking in…

The American College of Lifestyle Medicine reports that 80% of healthcare spending in the United States goes to treat chronic…

There are several reasons you might discover it’s hard to breathe with your nose. Stopping mouth breathing can be more…

It is so important to breathe with your nose and not your mouth right now if you’re in California or…

Here are some breathing initiatives we propose as public-health priorities. Breathing education should become as common as nutrition counseling. Just…

Chewing with your mouth open. Unfortunately, there’s no medical exemption. The Western world considers it rude no matter what the…

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What’s your breathing fitness goal? What’s your “why”? Maybe you frequently can’t catch your breath and want more control. Maybe you…

Over the years, I’ve noticed four reasons why some new students — excited at first with the prospect of doing…

In the realm of health and wellness, you might have come across terms like "coaching" and "training," often used interchangeably. However, in the world of
In the realm of health and wellness, you might have come across terms like “coaching” and “training,” often used interchangeably. However, in the world of supporting breathing fitness and overall well-being, these words carry distinct meanings that can significantly impact your journey to a healthier life. As someone who specializes in both breathing training and coaching, I’m here to shed light on the crucial differences between the two, and explain why I have come to believe that coaching stands out as the transformative choice.
"If I'm still alive, I guess I'm breathing well enough!" is a refrain I often hear. I can certainly agree that, especially these days, if
“If I’m still alive, I guess I’m breathing well enough!” is a refrain I often hear. I can certainly agree that, especially these days, if it doesn’t look like something is broken, I don’t have enough time, money or energy to incrementally fix it “just because”!

We just posted a two-part video series called Principles of Defensive Breathing: How To Breathe In Bad Air on our…

Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) provide the opportunity for you to pay for qualified medical expenses that insurance doesn't cover with income
Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) provide the opportunity for you to pay for qualified medical expenses that insurance doesn’t cover with income that is not taxed. The board has received so many inquiries about whether health-and-wellness coaching qualifies for this offset, that it sought input from a team of healthcare attorneys and the Internal Revenue Service.