Holistic support for
sleep, performance, and stress resiliency
Breathe easy. Be well.
Breathe Colorado partners with your health and
dental team to support whole body wellness.
Every system in your body is influenced by your breathing. From cognition to digestion, effective breathing can not only provide you with a greater sense of mental clarity, it can also help you sleep better, digest food more efficiently, improve your body’s immune response, and reduce stress levels.
Laura combines evidence-based practices, applied breathing science, biofeedback, wearable performance enhancing biometrics with holistic eastern yogic philosophy and integrative nutrition.
Learn if the underlying cause of your complaints are related to your airway or breathing habits.
We start exactly where you are and customize a plan to meet your personal goals.
Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner
Laura Barlow, RDH, CBBA,
CSOM, INHC, 200-Hr CYT
Breathing Behavior Analyst
Orofacial Myofunctional Therapist
Trauma-Sensitive HeartMath Practitioner
Healthy Breathing is Foundational for Restorative Sleep
Learn the Six Red Flags of Sleep
(Chin muscle activation at rest or during swallow)
NARROW JAWS AND HIGH PALATE
Utilizing the Functional Airway Evaluation Screening Tools Developed by
The Breathe Institute
ARE YOU PRACTICING GOOD SLEEP HYGIENE?
Avoid blue light and screens at least 1 hour before bedtime
Set your bedroom temperature to 65 degress
Avoid caffeine after
Avoid stimulating content and exercise 2 hours before bedtime
Shift to the red light spectrum at least 1 hour beforetime
Reserve your bedroom for sleep and intamacy
Practice restorative yoga asana or meditate in the evening
Keep your bedroom dark, clean and free from electronics
Take a warm bath or shower before bedtime
Avoid large meals and alcohol
2-3 hours before bedtime
Avoid sleeping pills or use them cautiously
Get exposure to early morning sun
Find out how your breathing
is impacting your body and sleep.
Airway-focused care targets:
(Airway, jaw growth, tongue space, posture, and diaphragm efficiency)
(Orofacial muscle balance, tongue position, function, and range of motion)
(Breathing physiology, carbon dioxide, O2 saturation, oxygenation, pH, electrolytes, and heart rate variability)
The Answers You Provide During
Your Personal Breathing Interview
Help Determine What Services
are Right for You
Take the Next Step to Learn More
Learn what is impacting your breathing and sleep
LEARN TOOLS TO IMPROVE YOUR WELLNESS & RESILIENCY
Disclaimer: Information on this site is intended strictly for informational and educational purposes only. It is not meant to diagnose or treat ailments of any kind. Please consult with your primary healthcare physician for any health concerns you may have.