• Online <span>breathing retraining</span>

    Online breathing retraining

    For Asthma, Anxiety, Snoring, Sleep Apnoea…: 

    Learn how to change your breathing today and feel, breathe, and sleep better tonight.  Tess Graham’s breakthrough breathing retraining now available WORLDWIDE

  • Anxiety <span>and panic attacks</span>

    Anxiety and panic attacks

    Anxiety is a feeling of apprehensiveness. We all experience anxiety at one time or another; it is a normal human experience – it keeps us safe at times of danger.

  • Insomnia <span>and sleep disorders</span>

    Insomnia and sleep disorders

    Insomnia is difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or returning to sleep. It is classified as a sleep disorder. If insomnia occurs night after night it can be debilitating. It is estimated that up to 25 per cent of the population suffer from insomnia at some stage of their lives, and about 10 per cent have chronic insomnia.

  • Snoring <span>and sleep apnoea</span>

    Snoring and sleep apnoea

    Why do people snore?    Why does an airway collapse during sleep?

    The first thing you need to know is that snoring and sleep apnoea do not occur in people with a normal breathing pattern.

  • Asthma <span>and Nasal Problems</span>

    Asthma and Nasal Problems

    Bad breathing habits can develop at a young age. They can be corrected at any age. Unfortunately, faulty breathing habits are not something our health system usually picks up on. But as a society they are costing us dearly.

Welcome to Better Breathing

Our programs are dedicated entirely to breathing retraining

More and more people have realised that they need to take responsibility for their long term health, as medication and surgery can only go so far.

Better breathing brings better health

  • Many know this, but people get so confused about breathing, with all the different styles, methods and breathing gurus out there. If you want your body to function properly, there is only one way to breathe. And that is, to breathe correctly – with physiologically normal breathing.

    There are ‘healthy breathing basics’ – get them right first!  That is the aim of true ‘breathing retaining’.