The Soundmoves Method
IAYT Approved Continuing Education
We are an approved Professional developer with the International Association of Yoga Therapists - you can verify Noah Mckenna's teaching credentials here. The certificate you receive on completion of this C-IAYT CE program is recognised upon submission to the IAYT. This course will cover you for the maximum permitted amount of 24 Hrs under IAYT continuing education standards.
This continuing education course covers the practical application of breathing technique in minute detail. The emphasis is achieving optimal breath rate with diaphragmatic function. The backbone of Soundmoves therapy is resonant frequency breathing used to help conditions from anxiety, depression and burn-out to hypertension, pain management and inflammation. The technique integrates with postural re-alignment using a variety of somatic techniques. We take advantage of the general inhibition of sympathetic signalling to muscle tone that results from the breathing. It’s a very practical program that brings together multiple aspects of Yoga Therapy. Please try the sample video lesson below or you can read in detail about Soundmoves here!
Anatomy and Physiology of Diaphragmatic Breathing
25 years Yoga teaching experience
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Restorative yoga practice uses resonant frequency breathing, a subtle yet powerful tool which orients the nervous system toward the state of stability and security. By harmonising the cyclic cardiac signals of sympathetic and parasympathetic systems
Central to the understanding of the Soundmoves Method is the use of diaphragmatic breathing at resonant frequency to activate the respiratory pump mechanism. These lesson are highly practical because the anatomical and physiological concepts are put
Teaching methodology for Restorative Yoga using Soundmoves techniques and approach.
C-IAYT Continuing Education