Bespoke Breathwork

If you wish to get the most from your breathing practice you need to tailor your breath training to your needs. Biomechanical and Biochemical assessments can be useful to identify one’s current state and keep track of his progress. However:

The most important of all elements of breathing training is to set up a goal.


Below you can find guidelines on some of the most common problems individuals seek breathing advice for:

  • Asthma
  • High Blood pressure (article)
  • Poor sleep
  • ADHD



x3-5 a day:

Also, check the resources on Breathwork for Stress.


High Blood Pressure

First thing in the morning & once early afternoon:


Poor Sleep

First thing in the morning:

Before bedtime:



x3 a day:

Not working on your breath will :

  • Contribute and exacerbate: stress & anxiety
  • Compromise your cognitive function through poor oxygenation of your brain
  • Cause mouth breathing
  • Contribute to developmental & behavioural problems (in children)

Working on your breath will :

  • Improve sleep
  • Accelerate recovery after training by up to 20%
  • Promote the feeling of calmness & centeredness
  • Enhance your performance in sports
  • Improve cardiovascular & reproductive health