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Join this 3-hour workshop and get a practical insight into the link between optimal gut health and functional breathing.


Also Sat 14 March 10am-1pm BOOK NOW



Breathe better

Explore the inextricable link between function breathing and optimal gut health.

Learn a simple scientifically-proven 30-minute programme of breathing exercises that can help reduce bloating, IBS symptoms, improve digestion, and relieve stress.

Understand the gut-brain axis – the inextricable link through the vagus nerve, and the important role that relaxation, meditation, and sleep have on not only your gut health but your overall wellbeing.


Nutritional Advice

Understand the foods that support or hinder digestion and gut health and bust some of the myths about diet.

You’ll learn basic gut biology, understand the benefits of pre and probiotics foods, and get the science behind intermittent fasting.


Professional Practioners

Your practitioners will deliver this workshop in a non-judgemental, fun and interactive way with a clear message on healthy lifestyle choices.

Susie Willsher is a BANT Registered Nutritional Therapist with over 10 years professional experience.

Gray Caws is a Buteyko Breathing Practioner and health and fitness guru who believes that functional breathing is the foundation of our wellbeing.


121 Follow-up

121 follow-up food diary online consultation valued at £65

Can't make it in person?

Join the live workshop online via Zoom.

What goes on in your gut can affect your whole body. Over the last 10 years the research into the human gut and has blown up and science has realised that there is just so much about the gut and its ecosystem (the microbiome) that we didn’t know. The microbial communities (the microbiome) that live in the human gut have been described as “a new organ”[1].

Most striking is the effect of gut health on other parts of our body and our general health. Never has it been more apparent that our body works as a whole and our gut has a major influence on how well it is working and feeling and is involved in “modulating human disease”

Some areas that gut health has shown to influence are immunity, mental health, obesity, diabetes, arthritis to name but a few! And let us not forget the discomfort of the symptoms of imbalances in the gut such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome that are the more obvious signs that something is not right in our gut.

The factors affecting the health and function of our gut and the microbiome start from before we are even born. And continue every day of our life. From what we eat to our daily routines and how we have lived in the past. It’s essential to look after our gut health and repair any damage that may occur along the way so it is able can serve our body and work in harmony with our other organs. And one of the amazing aspects of the microbiome and our gut health is that it is adaptable and changeable through our diet and lifestyle.

Come and find out about how the gut and the microbiome work, the factors that may be affecting your gut and general health and ways that you can support and improve your health through your gut health.

 [1] Marchesi JR, et al. Gut 2016;65:330–339. doi:10.1136/gutjnl-2015-309990

[2] Singh et al. J Transl Med (2017) 15:73 DOI 10.1186/s12967-017-1175-y 3 Herbert Tilg, et al. Gastroenterology 2015;148:1107–1119


I will be trying out new foods and I am already being more mindful of my breathing. The two areas complemented each other very well. It was useful and worthwhile.

Kathy Leaf

Susie Willsher BANT Registered Nutritional Therapist

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