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Webinar: Buteyko Breathing for CRPS


25 February @ 14:00 15:00 GMT

Webinar: Buteyko Breathing for CRPS

Learning breathing exercises for your CRPS can help you relax, stimulate your blood flow and can bring more oxygen to your muscles and joints which can help you with your pain.

Buteyko Breathing is a technique to help you improve your breathing, it will help to open airways and improve blood circulation. Buteyko Breathing can be used as part of your self care plan for your health and wellbeing.

Our speaker, Janet Winter, is a Breathing educator (Buteyko) for more than 10 years. This 1 hour educational talk on Thursday 25 February, will help you understand not only about Buteyko Breathing but you’ll also learn why breathing is important as part of your pain self management.

How To Get Tickets

Tickets for the Buteyko Breathing for CRPS webinar are FREE of charge.

We will be holding the webinar using Zoom video conferencing. Please register in advance via the REGISTRATION link OR click on the blue ‘register now’ button below.

After registering via the link above, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Please also check your spam/junk folder as well as your inbox for this confirmation of registration email to enable you to join the group on 25 February 2021

You can also download the Zoom app on your phone or tablet. The Zoom app is available for both iOS and Android. You may receive a computer safety notice when you download Zoom.

How Will The Webinar Work

The Buteyko Breathing webinar will be run using Zoom online. You will all be muted at the start so there’s no background noise during the webinar.

However you will be able to ask Janet your questions at the end and ask questions in the chat box. The chat function being monitored as well during the event.

This event will not be recorded due to not having permission from attendees.

Webinar Details

Date: Thursday 25 February 2021

Time: 2pm GMT (UK time)

Where: Online via Zoom online conferencing

How: Using Zoom video conferencing either online using the link you will be sent after registering, via the Zoom app on your android/iPhone or via the phone using your country’s phone number listed after registering. You need to register your interest beforehand via the blue button above to receive the sign in details including password

Cost: Free – but to help support Burning Nights CRPS Support in these very difficult times and to help us keep these online support groups free of charge please consider making a small donation via the ‘make a donation’ button below.


If you have any questions please get in touch with us by email or by phone on 01663 795055.

About The Speaker – Janet Winter

Ihave been a Breathing educator (Buteyko) for more than 10 years, and qualified as a posture specialist (Egoscue) more recently. 

Understand what Buteyko Breathing is and how it can help you with your CRPS

I help people recover from asthma, allergies, sinusitis, anxiety, sleep problems, headaches, IBS chronic fatigue (ME/CFS) and more, by improving their dysfunctional breathing.

Disfunctional breathing is very often stress related, and it can stimulate the sympathetic fight or flight response and deplete the body of life-giving oxygen. 

Good breathing calms the nervous system in general and also stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, or the rest and digest rather than the sympathetic response. Buteyko breathing education gently retrains a disordered breathing pattern and helps people naturally recover from breathing-related health problems,  so it could be useful for CRPS.

I was involved in healthcare/biomedical research for 30 years although previously in a very different role: before training as a Breathing educator, I spent 20 years in drug discovery looking for new painkillers for a major pharmaceutical company based in a London Institute.

I worked as a neuroscientist and cell biologist, directing a team of bench scientists. (So I am Dr Janet Winter but I am not a medical doctor – I have a PhD in Neuroscience) I authored or co-authored more than 50 journal articles and reviews on my research. 

It wasn’t pharmaceuticals that helped me recover from my own health problems (ME/CFS migraines, IBS), but Buteyko breathing and Egoscue postural alignment were very useful. Feedback on Webinar (January 2021) for my posture colleagues, mainly USA, Canada and UK)

What People Have Said About Janet’s Sessions

  • “Lots of really interesting info, I learned a lot.  Janet thanks for sharing your knowledge with this group” – Courtney 
  • “Thank you, Janet! I really enjoyed the presentation and have begun learning more about it as time allows. I’m also grateful to know where I, or any clients, can go for expert help, if/when needed” – Deb
  • “Janet, thank you for the very informative workshop. I discovered Buteyko a few years ago, but didn’t go into much depth with it.  Now armed with more information, I can share the whys with my clients which might convince them this way is preferable” – Donna
  • “Janet, thank you for all the great info!” – Walter 
  • “This was another great webinar. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you”-Jerri
  • “Thank you Janet for an excellent presentation. Many, many thanks for doing this for us. I  have read Breath by Nestor and am currently reading the Oxygen Advantage by McKeown so this is a hot topic for me at the moment. Thanks!” -Heidi

Contact Janet

Phone: 01663 743055


Newsletter sign-up hereBreathing Remedies (list-manage.com) 

Instagram: Janet Winter (@breathing_remedies) • Instagram photos and videos 

Facebook:  Breathing Remedies | Facebook

LinkedIn: Janet Winter | LinkedIn 


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