Breathe.Live.BE.

Breath is the bridge which connects life to consciousness,
which unites your body to your thoughts.
-Thich Nhat Hanh

Meet Robin Goodenow

Breathe™ Certified Coach

Robin Goodenow has been in the field of occupational therapy, as a certified occupational therapy assistant for 33 years. Over the years, Robin has worked with all age groups, all types of settings with many types of diagnoses. Robin is currently working in a nursing home with the geriatric population she loves. 

Robin recently obtained her certification as a breathing coach. She obtained the certification from Dr. Belisa Vranich, who is a clinical psychologist, a leading expert in mental health and fitness and author of Breathe: The Simple Revolutionary 14-Day Program to Improve your Mental and Physical Health and Breathing for Warriors.

Robin believes the body wants to help heal itself, given the right tools. When she researched the breathing class, taught by Dr. Belisa, she was hooked. The weekend she spent in NYC was life changing. It comes down to something as simple as BREATH. 

Robin's story continues, carrying her OT values forward. As a Breathe™ Certified Coach, Robin looks forward to assisting you on your long-term health and well-being.  Live life to it's fullest...Breathe.Live.BE

 
 

Why Breathwork

Yoga at Home
Digestion-Strong breathing 
muscles stimulate peristalsis, which helps stimulate blood flow of your intestinal tract, ensuring your gut muscles keep on moving as they’re intended to.
Alkalized vs. Acidity- Deep breathing alkalizes the body by balancing the pH levels.  An alkalized body is a strong body while an acidic body presents with chronic disease and inflammation. 
High Blood Pressure- Breathing badly can cause the blood vessels to constrict, which can lead to high blood pressure.
Sleep- Breathing badly tells your neurological system that you are in "fight or flight." Therefore, going into deep sleep after a day of "fight or flight" will be nearly impossible.
Pain- Shallow breaths or holding your breathe are unconscious protective reactions to pain. Breathing at a slower rate from the diaphragm can significantly reduce sensations of pain.
Stress- Depression and anxiety are worsened by shallow, erratic breathing.

Testimonials

"Sleep...I would say 2 (out of 10)...yes 2! I haven't slept 8-10 hours in years!!!!

Occasionally awake at night, but rarely unable to fall back to sleep without having to get up." ~Betsy

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