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Breathing is closely linked to internal experiences and reflects mental attitudes, with its changes associated with anxieties, panic attacks, and even depressions.

The functionality of internal organs, digestion, and even excretion is also influenced by the quality of the breathing stereotype. Did you know that reflux can be caused by insufficient or weakened function of the diaphragm?

At the biomechanical level, breathing contributes to the formation and functionality of the deep stabilization system, working with the center of gravity, posture, and range of motion in large joints such as the shoulders and hips.

The process of breathing also affects muscle tension in two ways: at the mechanical level, where excessive breathing can cause certain muscle groups to be continuously overworked, and at the chemical level, where the level of CO2 and NO affects the quality of contraction of muscular and fascial fibers.

The issue of breathing also touches on the functionality of the pelvic floor and sexual life.

Understanding these connections can bring you a new perspective and solution to chronic problems, relieve long-term tension in the body, and also bring motivation and energy into everyday life.


How is it going?

As part of the consultation, filling out a questionnaire that I will send you in advance of our first scheduled meeting is included. Your personal information is not shared with anyone else and is used solely for work purposes.

The questionnaire includes a section dedicated to your personal medical history, i.e., your past and current health status. It also includes a section about your physical activity to give me an idea of your movement habits.

I am also interested in your family and work life, how you cope with stress, and how you take care of your mental health.

Included in the questionnaire is the Nijmegen Questionnaire, which is used to identify potential dysfunctions in the breathing stereotype and its changes.

The consultation also includes a record of the meeting if it suits the client, a short recap video, or material on techniques for home exercise.


What problems can I help you with?

  • Chronic spinal pain throughout, chronic muscle group or joint pain, chronic headaches

  • Overstrain of muscle groups due to incorrect physical activity

  • Explanation of basic and advanced exercise techniques for re-engaging physiological muscle chains,

  • Exercises for developing mobility and range of motion

  • Exercises focused on developing mindfulness and mindfulness for relaxation

  • Education in the field of breathing and exercises for restoring natural breathing patterns

  • Dysfunction of the breathing pattern

  • Pelvic floor dysfunction

  • Compensatory exercises in sports

  • Exercises for hypermobility

  • Preparatory and supportive exercises during pregnancy and postpartum period

  • In the post-acute postoperative period after orthopedic surgery, exercises to restore muscle strength


When is a consultation appropriate?

For an individual consultation, it is advisable to make an appointment if:

  • You need advice and guidance regarding your health condition,

  • You need to set up an exercise routine,

  • You do not feel confident in your current exercise regimen,

  • You are unsure about which exercises and physical activities are suitable for you,

  • You want to better understand the issues related to movement and breathing,

  • You need supportive exercises as part of other ongoing therapies (psychotherapy, coaching),

  • You need compensatory exercises for sports performance or physically demanding work.


How many sessions do I have to do?

There is no one right answer for everyone, as it depends on the issue at hand. From experience, it's good to have at least 3 sessions to thoroughly go through the exercises and techniques and ensure that both parties are confident that you understand the techniques and can apply them.

The interval between sessions varies. It is beneficial at the beginning (for the first 3 sessions) to have them every week, to repeat the exercises and techniques and to make sure that you are doing them correctly.

Subsequently, the sessions can be every other week or once every 3 - 4 weeks, depending on how well the client can work independently and progress. Your feedback is important to me, which is why I prefer to leave a larger interval, to allow sufficient time for assimilation.

It is not my goal to have sessions every week if the client is unable to keep up with and absorb the material in the later stages of cooperation.

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To understand breathing is to understand yourself

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