Lotte Paarup is a physiotherapist and expert in Breathing Therapy. Lotte works with the Optimal Rhythmic 3-dimensional Breath.
Learn how to become more resilient to stress by using breathing to increase your HRV with Dr Jay T Wiles. Dr Wiles is an expert and authority on the interconnection between the human stress response and health performance and optimization. Dr. Wiles is a clinical health and performance psychologist with board certification in heart rate variability biofeedback and peripheral biofeedback and works as a leading consultant in psychophysiology to health influencers, professional athletes and teams, executives, and high performers. He is the co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer of Hanu Health. He has pioneered new and innovative means of using heart rate variability (HRV) and respiratory training as both diagnostic indicators of the dynamic nature of the human stress response, alongside therapeutic tools for regulating and conditioning this response for peak human performance. Dr. Wiles has an extensive history of working with top-performing athletes in the PGA, LPGA, MLS, MLB, ATP, and WTA. His consulting firm, Thrive Wellness and Performance, has held contracts with leading biotechnology and health technology organizations where he has engaged in research, development of therapeutics, and development of behavioral retention programs. Dr. Wiles has operated as the cohost of the Ben Greenfield Podcast since 2019 and hosts the Hanu Health Podcast.
In Conscious Breathing Podcast #9 Perry Nickelston goes into depth on how we can improve our healing, energy and health through optimizing our lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is a major part of our detox system. When there is lack of flow and it becomes stagnant our health suffers. We get sick easier and longer and are more prone to illness and disease. Perry Nickelston is one of the world’s leading experts on improving our lymph system.
Patrick McKeown and Daniel Daniel Pålsson of Oxygen Advantage meet with Anders Olsson of Conscious Breathing to talk about the latest in breathwork. Anders Olsson talks about his story of how he got into breathing, how it transformed his life and why he sold his house to build Conscious Breathing and spread it to the world. Anders breathing journey started in 2009 when he read a booked called How to Swap Asthma for Life. Anders Olsson discusses how breathing helped his racing mind to unlock the turbo and slow down.
In episode 7 of the Conscious Breathing podcast, Katia Trost from integral-evolution joins us to discuss her unique strategies to overcome trauma. She’s a licensed naturopath and trauma therapist in Germany. She started out specializing in hormones and metabolism. Right now she’s more interested in healthy development of individuals and society and turned independent researcher, teacher and online entrepreneur.
The cancer whisperer, Dr T. Que Collins, PH.D., M.A.,M.S. joins Steve Scott on the Conscious Breathing podcast to discuss how breathing, carbon dioxide (CO2) and deuterium depleted water play a big role in understanding and treating cancer.
Dr Q is a leading scientist when it comes to developing and applying integrated nutrition and metabolic therapies to treat cancer in people and in pets. He is the president of Preventa America, the managing director of Better Cancer Outcomes, the chief recruitment officer for Better Cancer Outcomes Cancer Blood Sample Donation Campaign, and he is the co-founder of the Center for Deuterium Depletion, and former principal investigator of Epigenix Foundation. Additionally, he is the co-founder of Ketopet Sanctuary, which is a 53-acre ranch outside of Austin, Texas, founded by the founders of Quest Nutrition, for the purpose of using ketogenic diet and other metabolic therapies, with and without standard care to treat dogs with naturally occurring cancers
Learn how Dr Q is using breathing techniques, carbon dioxide therapies and deuterium depleted water and other strategies to help treat cancer in conjunction with conventional therapies.
Episode 2 of the Conscious Breathing Podcast I’m excited to have Billy Craig. Billy started his career as an engineer for Rolls Royce where he developed the analytical understanding of how things work while not relying on assumptions but in measuring and validating. After being hit by a drunk driver and almost losing his ability to walk he was motivated to move into the fitness industry which helped restore his health and get back closer to sport. He is now a UK based independent health and nutrition researcher while completing his PHD focusing on disordered eating, compensatory behaviours, learned helplessness and metabolic adaption.
On Episode 5 of the Conscious Breathing Podcast with Steve Scott, Karim Delgado from Brain Mechanics shows us his advanced multimodal approach to Alzheimer’s, brain health and improving overall well-being.
We dive deep into fascia work and how our memories or sensations are stored within there. How with trauma and stress our fascia is constricted around our organs and other parts of the body and how carbon dioxide therapy helps to release the contraction allowing the fascia to expand.
The approach used at Brain Mechanics involves collaborating with a diverse range of health experts measuring many aspects of the human physiology as well as deploying technologies to help facilitate change.
Karim has created a really unique and dynamic approach that I think you will find very interesting.