“TriBreath™ is a breathing revolution for us all. It is for all of us who walk, run, climb stairs, climb mountains, surf, paddle, push a pram, and most activities that use the two sides of the body working in opposition to each other to create momentum.”

Brett Hayes – TriBreath Head Coach & Developer

i like to call myself a ‘Regenerative Coach’.

The reason being that is exactly what i’ve done with my own body.

Being in the later years of my 50’s, and having experienced multiple neck injuries in my teenage years and a broken back at 35, had it not been for what i now know as the TriBreath™ techniques, my life would be different.

Had i gone down the normal route of surgery etc., (based on lot’s of observation) there is no doubt in my mind i would be more than likely living with lot’s of limitations on many levels, and pain.

Of that there is no doubt!

Using the TriBreath™ breathing rhythms (which i now believe are pre-programmed into all of us), helped lift my body even when i was experiencing the damaging effects of the most horrific injuries.

Laying flat on my back for many many months, in my mind i even used the TriBreath™ techniques to help stitch up the nerves of my shattered back both physically and energetically.

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My TriBreath™ journey started early.

From about the age of seven, i was fascinated with human anatomy. Any pictures i could get my hands on i would ponder on and study intently.

Then in my teen-age years, wanting to be mobile, i learnt how to fix and tune-up engines.

i found out that to access the engines power, it was all about oxygen intake, spark, timing, fuel, cooling and waste discharge.

After completing an electrical apprenticeship, i then started seeing the similarities between the internal combustion engine and my body.

For my body to generate power, my body’s requirements are also oxygen, fuel (food), spark (neural connection), water (for cooling) and the ability to remove spent fuel (waste).

So imagining my body was an engine, i started mucking around with the way i breathed when i ran.

Listening to the way i breathed when i was running, and pretending my arms were pistons (and that’s not far from the truth), i’d muck around with the timing of my breath just like i would tuning an engine.

This provided me with a profound and powerful realisation.

That is, the way i breathe when i walk or run can and does have either a positive or a negative effect on the way my body generates momentum & power, but most importantly the equal distribution of impact.

Then in mid 2001 i broke my back.

Ouch… that hurt!

Physically moving tons of rock and soil by hand, bucket and wheel barrow on a property high up in the Northern New South Wales mountains of Australia, unfortunately proved too much for my body.

But as the old adage states, “Through physical crisis comes the awakening of the Soul”.

It was then lying flat on my back that TriBreath™ truly became a reality for me!

Unable to physically move (not to mention the paralysis, spasms, pain & lightening bolts), i used my mind along with alternating breathing rhythm’s i discovered many years ago, to mentally vitalise nerve communication & stitch-up my back up like a zipper.

Within 2 years i was walking again without any support and the potency of ‘how’ we can use our breath to help restore mobility became very real.

Using what i now call the TriBreath™ techniques, let me show you how!

A Vision For The Future

With so many people experiencing the regenerative power that the conscious use of our breath offers, the yearning to share and support is strong. 

The goal is to create TriBreath™ hubs around the world to help inform, empower & uplift people from all walks of life.

For it is from a point of understanding & knowing about the relationship between the self and the body that positive change can flourish.

The foundation of life is the breath and TriBreath™ is all about Breath, Mind & Body connection.

TriBreath™ – Just You, Your Body & Your Breath!

TriBreath – it’s all about Breath, Mind & Body Connection.

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While most of us have a general idea that oxygen is vital to good health, only a few of us know that specific breathing techniques, can, do, and will dramatically improve the way we move and the way we function.


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