Breath-Body-Mind Practices for People with Asthma and Other Respiratory Issues
Dr. Brown teaches breath and movement practices that can help individuals with asthma and other problems related to breathing. These breathing methods can increase the amount of oxygen your body receives with each breath, improve endurance, and reduce anxiety that can exacerbate respiratory problems. These breath practices have helped many individuals strengthen their lungs and recover from injuries, including first responders.
Instructor: Dr. Richard P. Brown
Dr. Richard P. Brown, associate professor of psychiatry at Columbia University, gives over 100 lectures each year and has co-authored over 100 scientific publications. He researches the effects of breathing practices on mental and physical health. A certified teacher of Aikido, Yoga, Qigong, and meditation, Richard’s Breath-Body-Mind workshops improve stress resilience and recovery in healthcare providers, first responders, and disaster survivors worldwide.