Optimising vagal tone and supporting healing with resonance frequency breathing and mind/body techniques

Chicago – 8.30am-4.30pm Sun 7 April 2019

Location –

National University of Health Sciences
200 East Roosevelt Road
Lombard, IL 60148

Cost – $300

Early bird (pay before Fri 11 January 2019) – $280

7 hrs of CLE


Chicago – 7 April 2019 – One day course

The technique known as resonance frequency breathing has been found to be a particularly effective breathing technique.

Research has shown that is helps asthma, COPD, irritable bowel syndrome, high blood pressure, panic disorder, somatic and medically unexplained syndromes, anxiety and depression. In the clinical environment it can be used as a supportive measure to improve clinical outcomes for an even broader range of conditions including chronic pain, dysautonomia, gut dysfunction, auto-immune disease, sleep disorders, cardiovascular disease and immune dysfunction.

Resonance frequency breathing works for so many conditions because it improves vagal tone, autonomic nervous system regulation, fluid dynamics, gut and cardio-respiratory function and through activating homeostatic mechanisms that are at the core of the healing process.

The strength and beauty of resonance frequency breathing is due to its underlying theoretical basis as well as in its practical applications.

In this course participants will get the theoretical foundation and practical knowledge required to get results with resonance frequency breathing and supportive mind/body techniques.

Course Outline

Topic 1 – Resonance frequency breathing – oscillations and dynamics of blood, lymph and cerebrospinal fluid

Topic 2 – Breathing, the vagus and autonomic nervous system regulation and dysregulation

Topic 3 – Resonance frequency breathing: a breath, mind, body approach – practical techniques and resources

Topic 4 – Clinical applications, case studies and problem solving