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Oxygen Advantage Online Breathing Course with Patrick McKeown

The OA™ online breathing course is perfect for anyone new to breathwork. It’s the ideal next step if you’ve read Patrick’s bestselling book, The Oxygen Advantage and want to go deeper. And if you already practice another breathing method, you’ll find unique techniques you can add to your training toolkit for maximal results.





What is Oxygen Advantage and Who is it For?

Oxygen Advantage® founder and Director of Education and Training, Patrick McKeown gives you a brief introduction into what OA is all about and who would best suit the program.

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The Benefits

Whatever your fitness level, health profile or age, this breathing course provides science-backed techniques that:

  • Increase oxygen delivery to every cell in your body
  • Improve sleep
  • Enhance blood circulation to the brain and organs
  • Unblock your nose
  • Reduce stress
  • Build resilience
  • Minimize breathlessness and symptoms of asthma
  • Begin to build respiratory fitness, regardless of your starting point

The Results

  • Enhance aerobic and anaerobic fitness
  • Boost EPO, safely and legally
  • Increase your lactate threshold and delay fatigue
  • Access focus and flow states on tap
  • Clear your nose and reduce exercise-induced asthma


How Does the Course Work?

This course is fully online and made up of user-friendly video modules that you can watch at your own pace. Here’s what to expect:

  • Unique breathing exercises demonstrated and explained by Oxygen Advantage® creator Patrick McKeown, in two hours’ worth of videos.
  • A complete 30-minute video class with Patrick.
  • Learn how to integrate the technique into your life with easy, step-by-step instruction.
  • Start right away – log in details will be sent to your inbox directly after purchase.
  • Understand how to use the BOLT score to measure your breathlessness, and your body’s sensitivity to carbon dioxide.
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  • Biochemistry — how sensitive the body is to the build-up of carbon dioxide in the blood.
  • Biomechanics — whether breathing is from the diaphragm or in the upper chest.
  • Cadence/coherent breathing — reducing the respiratory rate to between 4.5 and 6.5 breaths per minute.

The three dimensions of breathing are shared in a unique, simple series of protocols that can be used at rest and during exercise.

This is an accessible program, designed to retrain the breath. The focus is on light, slow and deep breathing.

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