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How a child simply improved literacy

This is just part of the advocacy report for a child recently, in just one coaching session. XXX is an exceptional visualiser with a very creative brain. It is always a special day when I have the privilege to work … Continue reading

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Free on-line training with Buteyko

Just to let you know that the Buteyko Clinic is currently offering their on-line training for children and teenagers for free due to a generous donation.  See link below: https://buteykoclinic.com/buteykochildren/ I discovered Patrick Mckown’s book The Oxygen Advantage a couple … Continue reading

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Can breathing really improve ADHD?

Do you see your child gulping air in and out? Modern science tells us there is a lot more to breathing than mouth breathing.  Overbreathing, through your mouth, doesn’t get more oxygen in our blood, it is already pretty full … Continue reading

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Mouth breathing and ADHD

Recently I did a free teleseminar comparing the benefits of nose breathing to mouth breathing. I have had a very positive response from lots of mouth breathers, saying things like “nose breathing calms me down”, “nose breathing makes a huge difference … Continue reading

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Breathing is good for you

But do you know the difference between nose breathing and mouth breathing – what is “right” breathing,  and why is it important? I work with children and adults with learning differences, currently known as neurodivergent thinking and learning styles. I … Continue reading

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