Online Event: Break To Breathe – Lunchtime Workshop
Brought to you by Kathryn Khiroya from Sagely Clinic
Could your breathing contribute to ill-health?
A German physician, Dr Buteyko, undertook a practical assignment during his medical training in the late 1940’s involving the monitoring of breathing volume of patients. He documented a stark relationship: the sicker patients became, the heavier they breathed.
Many humans sleep, walk, rest and work with their mouth open; their nose appears nothing more than ornamental. So, what purpose does the nose then have? In essence, our nose is the key to functional breathing.
In this webinar, you will learn:
• What dysfunctional breathing looks like compared to functional breathing
• What effect dysfunctional breathing compared to functional breathing is having on health
• Why we over breathe
• How to determine if you’re a mouth breather
• The factors that may be contributing to you being a chronic mouth breather
• How to commence functional breathing
• Tips for healthy respiratory tract and reducing the occurrence of cold/flu, nasal congestion, coughing, wheezing, sinusitis
Join Kathryn at this lunchtime workshop to learn and experience the benefits of functional breathing.
Wednesday 27th May
From 12pm (midday) to 1pm
To join this FREE webinar, click here to register!
Sagely Clinic is kindly requesting a donation of $5 to a nominated charity to attend the workshop. Details to follow.
Meet your practitioner: Kathryn Khiroya
CLINICAL NUTRITIONIST • PERSONAL TRAINER • PILATES INSTRUCTOR • BUTEYKO BREATHING PRACTITIONER
Kathryn studied a Bachelor of Health Science in Nutritional Medicine and Dietetic Medicine at Endeavour College of Natural Health, Sydney.
Kathryn Khiroya is a Clinical Nutritionist, Buteyko Breathing practitioner, Personal Trainer & Pilates Instructor, living and practicing in Epping, Sydney, Australia. Kathryn is a great advocate for community health + wellbeing and is actively involved in school and community committees and activities where she loves serving alongside her husband and two daughters. Kathryn completed her degree with Distinction in December 2019. She thoroughly enjoyed the journey her degree took her on: the journey being as much about learning – the science – as it was about becoming a practitioner – the art.
Sagely Clinic believes that in every season we can maintain hearts that continue to look outward toward the needs of others. This special event is therefore dedicated to raising funds and awareness to the phenomenal work of The Leukaemia Foundation, Australia.