Kalee Olmstead, Crested Butte, Colorado
Kalee Olmstead is a Registered Dental Hygienist and Orofacial Myofunctional Therapist on the Western Slope of Colorado. She is passionate about helping people achieve optimal health. After fourteen years in dentistry, she began questioning current dental trends and techniques and the long-term impacts they may have on jaw joints, spinal alignment, facial growth and sleep apnea. The search for answers led her to Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy and courses with Patrick to learn the Buteyko Breathing Method. She enjoys teaching clients of all ages how to improve their dental hygiene, retrain muscles of the head and neck, correct posture and reduce breathing to allow for better oxygenation and health. With the Buteyko Breathing Method she has helped people improve asthma symptoms, reduce apnea episodes, improve facial aesthetics and enhance sports performance. She sees patients in person or via Skype. Please call or email and she will happily discuss your concerns.
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Dr. Frank Seaman, Silverthorne and Colorado Springs
Dr. Frank Seaman graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point. After graduation, he went on to dental school and then completed a general practice residency and then a three year Prosthodontics residency. Prosthodontists treat complex/ comprehensive restorative dental patients, to include airway management patients. Current airway management protocols are being challenged with less invasive approaches such as the Buteyko method. Dr. Seaman completed his Diploma in the Buteyko Breathing Method with Patrick McKeown of Buteyko Clinic International in Ireland in 2017. Hundreds of Dr. Seaman’s TMJ patients have experienced remarkable improvement with problems such as dry mouth, teeth clenching/grinding, snoring and gasping, morning fatigue and headaches by learning to nose breathe. Dr. Seaman has found that stopping mouth breathing is the first step toward reducing over breathing and also correcting improper tongue position/function. He has used lip tape to help patients reduce mouth breathing especially at night when they are unaware of mouth breathing.
Dr. Seaman’s patients often complained of sensitivity to the harsh adhesives of OTC tape, and he, therefore, invented a different tape, lipseal tape that is comfortable, non allergenic, has effective lip constraint and at the same time is easy to remove from the sensitive skin around the lips and mouth. More information can be found at www.lipsealtape.com.
As an avid trail runner, Dr Seaman has used Buteyko breathing and lip tape extensively while running at high altitudes in Colorado. He finds improved endurance and performance, less congestion and less urge of thirst while running with tape on his lips. In the spirit of promoting Buteyko breathing during sports, he ran the Pikes Peak Ascent (13.1 miles, 7800ft elevation gain to 14115 ft) with tape on his lips. This was his 12th Pikes Peak Ascent race, but the first with tape. After the run, he realized how important having comfortable tape is, and confirmed the importance of developing a comfortable tape.
Dr. Lori Kemmet – Boulder, CO
Dr. Lori Kemmet is a 1985 graduate of Concordia College in Moorhead MN and a 1989 graduate of the University of MN Dental School. After a three year commission in the United States Air Force she started her private practice in Boulder CO. She instructed dentists at the Las Vegas Institute for seventeen years and is passionate about helping others in her profession. She was the second recipient of the LVI Mastership Award in 2004. She has lectured and written articles in numerous dental publications. She owns a thriving dental practice in Boulder Colorado – Incredible Smiles. She focuses her energy on customer service and loves the business of dentistry. She continues her understanding of neuromuscular dentistry by being a member of ICCMO and the IACA.In 2011 she received her Fellowship Award from ICCMO and in 2015 became Fellow of Buteyko Professionals International. Dr. Kemmet is the official dentist of the Mrs. Colorado pageant. She founded the Dr. Lori Kemmet Pre-Dental Scholarship at Concordia College. Lori and her husband own Yoga Loft studios in Boulder and Gunbarrel Colorado. Lori is passionate about sharing her knowledge related to all things health: including lectures to organizations on the benefits of Avita Yoga, the Buteyko Breathing Method and Eating for Wellness. You can contact her at:
Lori owns Incredible Smiles where she practices dentistry and owns Yoga Loft with her husband Jeff where they both teach Avita Yoga. Breathing correctly is everything! She is happy to lecture for your group about the power of oxygen and health with Buteyko Breathing.
Christine Carr, MSPT, DPT, COMT, OCS, c-IAYT – Grand Junction, Colorado
Christine is a doctor of physical therapy that specializes in orthopedics, spinal disorders, golf fitness, yoga therapy and complementary medicine. She owns a private practice in Grand Junction, Colorado where she treats a variety of clientele.
Christine enjoys working with adolescents and adults of all ages that are recovering from injury, managing a chronic condition or those interested in learning how to better care for their bodies or excel in sport.
Her background in yoga studies, functional medicine and orthopedics gives her an integrated perspective on functional movement and health. She has previously used both physical therapy and yoga therapy to help those suffering anxiety and mild dysfunctional breathing issues.
The Buteyko Method has helped her to further improve her understanding of human physiology and what is needed for effective rehabilitation.
Deborah Berioli, PD, CSOM, Performing Arts Coach, Breath Work Specialist – Denver, Colorado
Deborah Berioli, is located in Denver, Colorado and is the owner and founder of Axis Breathing. She holds a Professional Diploma in Behavioral Health Sciences, is trained in biofeedback technology utilizing capnometry, heart rate variability (HRV) and muscle function (EMG), a Certified Specialist in Orofacial Myology, critically acclaimed operatic soprano and a certified Buteyko Breathing Instructor.
Deborah is passionate about breath work and its essential role in health especially in relation to anxiety, depression, panic disorder, sleep apnea, weight loss and mindfulness practices. Deborah offers breathing techniques that support the individual as a whole to offer inner balance, wellness and longevity.
Robbie Goldsmith – Fort Collins, Colorado
Robbie is a massage therapist and the owner of Zev Wellness in Fort Collins, CO, USA and has been practicing massage since 2015.
He is excited to bring the Buteyko Clinic Breathing Method into his practice, being most interested in working with people with nervous system disorders like anxiety and depression, but also eager to share the method with asthmatics and people with sleep disorders.
In his massage practice, Robbie specializes in back and neck pain and discomfort and offers individualized self-care tips to his clients. He has always felt lacking though in what to offer for stress relief between sessions, as not many of the popular methods seem to do much.
After seeking out and trying different tools and avenues to stress relief for decades, Robbie has finally found incredible anxiety and asthma relief using Buteyko breathing and is excited to share Buteyko with others so they can feel better, too.
His quality of life is continuously improving as his breathing keeps getting more slow, soft, and normalized, and he hopes that more people learn about and practice the Buteyko Clinic Breathing Method.
Kerry Maiorca – Yoga Teacher & Sound Healing Practitioner – Boulder, Colorado
What if everything you believed about “deep breathing” was outdated?
Kerry has been teaching Gentle & Restorative Yoga and Meditation for over 20 years. After encountering the Buteyko Breathing Method Kerry realized that her outdated beliefs about breath were negatively impacting her health and wellbeing, and she was determined to share a new approach with students and one-on-one clients.
If you frequently sigh or yawn, crave deep chest breaths to feel “fully oxygenated,” experience anxiety in meditation or other quieting practices where breath is intended to be subtle, or can’t imagine getting on a yoga mat with the accompaniment of a loud ujjayi breath practice, please reach out.
Kerry welcomes the opportunity to work with adults and children who are looking to create a shift, whether within the context of a Yoga or Sound Healing session or as a standalone Breath Retraining session.