Seminar: Functional Breathing Training

Seminar POSTPONED: The Breathe Course Functional Sleep & Breathing + Frenuloplasty
March 8, 2020

Functional Breathing Training with emphasis on sleep disordered breathing and oral & facial structures

November 19, 20, & 21, 2020
9:00am-5pm

 

3-Day Lecture and Interactive Course 
CE Accreditation for 20 Hours
AGD PACE CERTIFIED
Reserve your seat now: Registration Link

Course Objectives:
On completion of the programme, healthcare professionals will:

  • Understand the connection between dysfunctional breathing and health problems including asthma, anxiety, rhinitis, sleep disordered breathing (four phenotypes of obstructive sleep apnoea are explored in detail) and temporomandibular disorder
  • Identify dysfunctional breathing patterns in children and adults
  • Teach exercises to decongest the nose and help establish nasal breathing
  • Deliver breathing re-education exercises and guidelines to help restore physiologically normal breathing in children, teenagers and adults

This comprehensive, three day course is taught by Patrick McKeown and provides detailed instruction on how to address breathing pattern disorders in children, teenagers and adults. It has been specifically created for dentists, myofunctional therapists, dental hygienists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists and all healthcare providers.
Upon registration, online access to our instructor training portal containing detailed video lectures, presentations and published papers is provided.

Patrick McKeown BA, MA
Patrick McKeown is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin, and the Buteyko Breathing Clinic of Russia. Patrick was a chronic asthmatic for most of his life, experiencing high perceived stress and poor sleep. In 1998, he addressed his breathing pattern disorders leading to a dramatic improvement to his health. Since 2002, he has taught children and adults simple and effective ways to adopt functional breathing patterns. A TEDx speaker, Patrick’s work has touched the lives of thousands and more worldwide. His work has been published by leading Publishing Houses and Journal Publications including the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine and Clinical Otolaryngology.