Breathing impacts the body and the brain in a number of important ways. Learn how addressing common breathing dysfunction can make a major difference in the classroom!
Understanding the science of breathing is the first step towards identifying common breathing problems that can hold students back in school and beyond.
The health benefits of nasal breathing are pretty remarkable. Learn how to help students and teachers make this simple investment in physical, mental, and public health.
In just two minutes per day you can help students and teachers reduce stress, improve energy, and optimize the learning process.
In this bonus video we discuss what actually happens inside the body when teachers and students wear masks in the classroom-and how to avoid added stress, anxiety, and fatigue when teaching and learning in masks.
David and Lex have taught breath education to teams across the globe. Learn more!
We offer online breath education courses and live Breathe to Perform seminars.
Breathe to Perform offers professional development services to schools, companies, and teams. Our mission is to unlock human potential-one breath at a time.
Learn how breathing impacts attention, memory, and focus in this article from the NY Times.
A Systematic Review of the Psycho-Physiological Correlates of Slow Breathing. Click here.
An article in Scientific American on the many health benefits of improved breathing. Click here.
An excellent article in the Harvard Business Review. Click here.
This paper in the American Journal of Psychiatry discusses the relationship between C02 tolerance and panic disorder as well as the benefits of breath training. Click here.
This article by David Bidler of Breathe to Perform discusses the role of trust in the classroom during a pandemic and the value of breath education. Click here.
This article by David Bidler of Breathe to Perform discusses how underlying breathing dysfunction may be revealed by our response to wearing masks. Click here.
This article by David Bidler of Breathe to Perform discusses the need for breath education throughout the COVID-19 crisis and beyond. Click here.