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See What These Folks Have To Say About The Breath Effect

I was recommended to see Emma after my family GP picked up I had some breathing issues. For two years, I had been having sleep, stomach problems, and general stress related matters and numerous GP visits, due to a couple of years of ongoing personal problems. When the personal problems had resolved I found myself noticing my health was still not right, and I ended up in hospital with what I thought felt like heart attack symptoms.

In 3 sessions over 5 weeks, with Emma's assistance I have been able to turn my general health and wellbeing around and thus quality of life. Her support, focus and expertise on the matter is astounding. I would highly recommended her to anyone with this problem.

Matt P

One look at my hunched posture indicates how I've dealt with tension throughout my adult years. After a health scare and resulting anxiety attack in December, I decided that 2017's goal would be to develop new coping strategies. "I'm working with Emma and The Big Exhale program to retrain my breathing, enabling me to find calm more often and helping me to better manage day-to-day pressures. The exercises that Emma prescribes are simple and designed to fit into "normal" life. I've certainly got a long way to go but I am motivated and reassured to have Emma and The Butterfly Effect guiding me towards my goal.

Carrie W

I was referred to Emma by my doctor for an ongoing knee and back problem. After a couple of sessions Emma suggested trying a breathing program with an Inspiratory Muscle Trainer as well as stretching exercises. I have been using the program twice daily for several months and I have not been back to physio now for over three months. It has definitely helped me to get back to full mobility around the farm.

Alistair W

Learning to breathe calmly has made a big difference in my life. While yoga had helped me relieve many of my body aches and pains, it is practicing daily calm breathing that has helped me manage stress and the pressures of life. I love the breathing exercises, which are simple and easy. They have made a big difference to my sleep especially.

Sue V

I am currently pregnant and have had horrible pregnancy sickness from week 4 to week 16. A mutual friend introduced me to Emma. Emma has been teaching me how to breath while feeling nauseated to help relieved the symptoms. I found the breathing exercises helped me especially at nighttime. It was amazing to me how much the breathing exercises helped and how easy they were to do. Emma was very caring and understanding towards me and my sickness. She explained and taught me all I needed to know and continued to help me until the symptoms had passed. I would highly recommend Emma to all suffering with pregnancy sickness at whatever stage you are at.

Kylie G

How's Your Breathing?

You breathe 17,000 times per day. 
That adds up to 6 million breaths a year.
Make sure you’re doing it right.

If you’re curious about the life-changing impact that breathing the right way can have, then why not take a sneak peak of what it’s all about?.