Lois Laynee joins the EatMoveLive52 Podcast tell you how Restorative Breathing can help you think more clearly, and live a better, healthier life
“You should never have to think to breathe. Breathing should give you the ability to think”
– Lois Laynee
We all breathe
…all day long, day in and day out, and Lois Laynee’s goal is to help you get the most out of your life, through optimal breathing.
It’s not a method of breathing, but a way of neuro sequencing your brain so that you automatically breathe efficiently, easily, and effortlessly.
“If you’re breathing with your mouth open, your body is working one hundred times harder for every molecule of oxygen than it needs to.” – Lois Laynee
Ready to learn more? Let’s get started…
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About Lois Laynee and Restorative Breathing
Lois Laynee is a dynamic pioneer and passionate lecturer in the fields of Education, Sleep, Scar Release Healing, Cranio Facial Neurodevelopment, and much more.
In addition to heading the Laynee Restorative Breathing Method™, Lois is also the CEO of AZ Sleep Apnea Center PLLC; a speaker and educator of oxygen wellness and the creator of the Laynee Restorative Breathing Method™.
By combining her decades of clinical experience, with the Laynee Restorative Breathing Method™, she offers support for clients at all stages of life.
Laynee Restorative Breathing Method™
The Laynee Restorative Breathing Method™ was developed to generate a natural pure energy source to help you have a healthier and more fulfilled life, regardless of your age or gender.
Think of the life improving possibilities that are within your reach with just four easy movements.
Our mission is to share information and support each person at every stage of life to breathe, sleep, move and thrive, through the philosophy and physiology of Restorative Breathing!
Topics and Questions for Lois
1. How did you become interested in the field of breathing? Where did the idea for Restoring Breathing come from – and why did you call it Restoring?
2. You teach from a multidisciplinary approach. Which common fields would you say meet in the science and practice of what you teach?
3. It seems like understanding breathing should be foundational, yet the medical field seems to not necessarily have a track for addressing it outside of the clearly defined ENT and pulmonology fields. And unless they find pathology – you are told you are ok. Why do you think that is?
4. In the world of health and wellness, breathing is usually addressed from the perspective of “calming down” or “regulating” yourself? What is being missed here? What else should people know?
5. What should everyone know about functional breathing and breathing competencies?
6. If someone was to look for symptoms of breathing challenges – what would we look for?
7. What is your advice for people who snore? Both children and adults?
8. What’s the role of early development in breathing?
9. How is breathing related to mental health, anxiety, eating disorders, etc? Do you see a correlation in your clinic?
10. If someone was to shift just one component of their breathing – say nasal breathing or silent breathing – where should they start?
11. You are available for consults online and also in workshops and seminars, and online events. What’s the best way for people to connect with you and what can they expect?
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Lois Laynee and Restorative Breathing Links and Resources
Find out more about Lois, and how she can help you through Restorative Breathing.
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