We talked to Sasha Yakovleva of BreathingCenter.com about natural breathing improvement, and she had the following to say:-
First of all, how are you and your family doing in these COVID-19 times?
Sasha Yakovleva: I would say that we are doing very well during Covid. For many people, Covid created a great deal of awareness regarding breathing and how important it is for our health.
Tell us about you, your career, how you founded BreathingCenter.com.
Sasha Yakovleva: I am an expert on the Buteyko Breathing Method and Russian Healing Arts, an Advanced Buteyko Breathing Specialist, and co-founder of BreathingCenter.com. My work has been featured in The New York Times and many other publications, TV, and radio programs.
Since 1998, I have been residing in the United States. Currently, I live in Crestone, Colorado. As a Buteyko Breathing Specialist, I work with adults and children around the world. I represent the Russian patent holder of the Buteyko Method and the Buteyko Clinic in Moscow.
How does BreathingCenter.com innovate?
Sasha Yakovleva: Despite a common belief, breathing less is not an easy task; it requires knowledge, mindfulness, patience, and discipline. Just as you cannot become a martial artist within a weekend, it takes time to learn Buteyko.
Since 2009, I have trained thousands of people around the globe. My experience shows that the most efficient way to learn it is one-on-one, in person, or online, for two months or longer. My students shared incredible stories of their recoveries from various ailments; you can find them on our website.
How does the coronavirus pandemic affect your business finances?
Sasha Yakovleva: Our services – natural breathing improvement – became on high demand during Covid. We helped many people around the world to improve their respiration and immunity and overcome Covid or prevent it.
Do you use any specific tools to be efficient?
Sasha Yakovleva: We have many tools to offer in the form of video courses and one-on-one programs, etc.
Did you benefit from any government grants, and did that help keep your business afloat?
Sasha Yakovleva: We don’t receive any grants; we are totally self-sufficient.
Your final thoughts?
Sasha Yakovleva: There is no health without healthy breathing! We are continuing to help people, especially those who suffer from breathing difficulties.
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