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Breathe To Heal


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Sasha Yakovleva is an expert on the Buteyko Breathing Normalization Method and Russian Healing Arts, an Advanced Breathing Normalization Specialist and co-founder of BreathingCenter.com. Her work has been featured in The New York Times and many other publications, TV and radio programs. She is the author of the books Breathe To Heal, Adenoids Without Surgery as well as the instructional DVD series called The Breathing Normalization Method, and the CD - Breathing Normalization Meditations. Sasha holds a Master's Degree in Journalism. She has studied holistic healing modalities around the world and has written about them extensively for over twenty-five years. Sasha is originally from Moscow, Russia. In 1990, she started publishing the first Russian holistic magazine, which became a large national publication. Soon after, she opened the first health food store in Moscow. She wrote Anthology of The Inward Path, a book containing many articles and interviews with healers, progressive scientists, doctors and spiritual leaders from Russia and other countries. She traveled extensively in Asia, Europe and North America, researching and writing about various mind, body, and spiritual techniques. She was trained to teach the Buteyko Method by the founders of this method at Clinica Buteyko in Moscow. Since 1993, Sasha has been practicing various forms of meditation under the guidance of Tibetan Buddhist teachers. She has completed several short and long periods of intense practice. Since 1998, she has been residing in the United States. Currently, she lives in the Rocky Mountains above Boulder, Colorado. As a Breathing Normalization Specialist, she works with adults and children around the world. She is the Executive Director of BreathingCenter.com, which officially represents Dr. Buteyko's work outside of Russia. Famous Russian physiologist who died in 2003 Medical Director of Clinica Buteyko in Moscow, co-creator of the Buteyko Method

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