The Breathing Psychology Program
In partnership with the Graduate School of Breathing Behavioral Sciences
A NEW SCIENCE OF WELLNESS PROGRAM
FOR FITNESS INSTRUCTORS & ALLIED HEALTH PRACTITIONERS
Shane & Angie Saunders are collaborating with Dr. Peter Litchfield (President of the Graduate School of Breathing and Behavioral Health Sciences) on a new breakthrough 6-week course on the science of breathing for physiological health, psychological well-being, and personal evolution.
This course is for fitness instructors and practitioners in the allied health industry who want to experience how breathing affects our physiology, psychology, and behavioral breathing habits so they can best support their clients.
Join the waitlist now!
Our first group of participants will receive
50% off normal pricing!
Breathing is behavior, a behavior that regulates acid-base physiology [the pH balance of body fluids]. The effects of deregulated pH (or chemistry) on health and performance can be dramatic and profound. The way you have learned to breathe may have a much greater impact on you, than you might have ever imagined!
Good breathing behavior means proper regulation of body chemistry (pH), a chemistry that ensures electrolyte balance and proper distribution of oxygen. Bad breathing behavior means deregulating body chemistry. Breathing, like any other behavior, is regulated in varying degrees by learning, and thus by motivation, emotion, cognition, perception, and memory. Bringing together these two simple facts, that (1) breathing is a behavior subject to the principles of learning, and that (2) breathing regulates body chemistry (pH), means bringing together the biological and behavioral sciences in profoundly practical ways relevant to the lives of millions.