BUTEYKO BREATHING
INSTRUCTORS – KANSAS

Dalanna Hanson – Wichita / Kansas

Dalanna Hanson graduated with her Bachelor’s of Science in Dental Hygiene from Wichita State University. During a very fulfilling career in dental hygiene, she began her training in myofunctional therapy and eventually went on to become a certified specialist in orofacial myology. Through the various courses taken through the AOMT, IAOM, AAPMD and Myofunctional Research Center, it became very apparent that nasal breathing is critical to success in her myofunctional therapy program.

She took her first of several courses with Patrick McKeown in 2014 and immediately implemented Buteyko breathing techniques into her therapy. With a passion for airway health, Dalanna finds breathing re-education to be a key component in improving her patients overall health. She has seen for herself the amazing affects that proper breathing has on her patients wellbeing and is so honored to be a part of improving asthma, allergies, sports performance as well as sleep for countless patients.

For more information please visit https://www.lovedentistry.net/dental-services/myofunctional-therapy/ where you may request a free consultation.

She also shares helpful information, before and after pictures and patient testimonials here:
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Buteyko Kansas

My grandfather was a pioneer Chiropractor in Kansas, so I grew up understanding that our health care is best managed by working with the body’s own mechanisms and defenses – naturally. So, when diagnosed with bronchiectasis in 2000, I searched for an alternative to the standard pharmaceutical solutions and discovered the Buteyko Breathing Method. Through Buteyko, not only was the bronchiectasis quickly brought under control but (since incorporating Buteyko into my daily life) my overall health has significantly improved as well.

I believe that proper breathing is as important to good health as a nutritious diet and adequate exercise. Since we have some voluntary control over our breathing we can retrain it to be right for our body. Anyone can learn this natural, drug-free method – from a 4 year old to seniors in their 80s. Actually, most of us can benefit from better breathing which helps us to cope with the stresses of life. Breath retraining enables people to breathe better when sleeping, exercising, speaking, eating and performing all daily activities. Noticeable improvement can happen within the first couple of days – in fact, it can be life changing.

I am excited to follow in my grandfather’s pioneering footsteps to bring this very powerful breathing method to the Midwest – teaching people how to “breathe better for better health.”

Trained by Patrick McKeown & Carol Baglia in May 2011 in Holland, Michigan

Cynthia Davie

Buteyko Breathing Educator

Wichita, Kansas

316-708-0676
[email protected]

Tida Huynh

Tida is a clinical assistant with over 10 years of experience in the dental field. Currently located in Wichita, KS at The TMJ & Sleep Therapy of Kansas. She began her journey in the Myofuctional world when she was diagnosed with a tongue tie. From there she was eager to learn about the Buteyko Breathing Method.

She enjoys teaching children and adults with sleep apnea to live a healthier life with proper breathing.

Tida holds certification in Buteyko Breathing Method from the Buteyko Clinic International.

Contact details:

TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre of Kansas

Address: 4620 E. Douglas, Suite 102, Wichita, KS 67208
Website: www.JosephBaba.com
Phone: (316) 263-2444

Becky Reimer – Newton, Kansas

I never knew I was a mouth breather until I was introduced to the Buteyko Breathing Method! In fact, I thought a BIG breath of air was as healthy as eating a carrot. When I began to change my breathing to slow, low and only through my nose, I began to notice my body felt less stressed, my workouts improved, my morning coughs disappeared (I didn’t even know I had them until they were gone), and I had a more restful night’s sleep! All that from implementing the first step of Buteyko!

I brought Buteyko to Tippin Dental Group in Newton, connecting the effects of poor breathing habits to dental concerns of tooth decay, crooked teeth, and underdeveloped airway. I give personalized exercises to patients of all ages, including those with allergies, asthma, sleep issues, open mouth posture, and more. I also give practical advice to children and adults (like the fans of James Nestor’s book, Breath) with no concerns in order to equip them with optimal breathing habits to have for the rest of their lives.

With over 12 years of dental assisting, an ABA and a Buteyko Instructor Certificate, I continue to lead the orthodontic department at Tippin Dental Group in clinical procedures, education and training. I conduct hands on training for dentists that attend Practical Orthodontics CE Course in our office, and have co-led a 2-day orthodontic assistant course in Minnesota.

May I share the benefits of Buteyko Breathing with you? I teach children and adults on Zoom in 5 interactive lessons. Call for a free 15-minute phone consultation!

Breathe Best Phone: 316-616-5422
Email: [email protected]
Website: BreatheBest.abmp.com

Alyson Aberle

My name is Alyson Aberle. I have been a Certified Dental Assistant since 2011. I was born and raised in Oklahoma, now living in Kansas. I became interested in breathing and helping people learn to breathe correctly when I found Dr. Baba; his passion for helping people feel better and be healthier drove me to do the same.

Amazing things can happen when better breathing is a part of life! I love to work with people of all ages and all conditions.

As a Clinical Assistant at the TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre of Kansas, it is exciting to be a part of changing lives, one breath at a time!

I can be reached at:
TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre of Kansas
4620 E. Douglas Ave
Suite 102
Wichita, KS 67208

Phone : 316-263-2444
Email : [email protected]

Dr.Joseph Baba – Wichita, Kansas

Dr. Joseph Baba obtained his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Dentistry in 1982.

Since that time, he has completed over 100 hours of continuing education per year. Since the beginning of his career, Dr. Baba has had the twin special interests of treating patients with craniofacial pain and the development of the maxilla and mandible to improve airway patency.

The last fifteen years have included the treatment of obstructive airway conditions during sleep (OSA) especially in relation to craniofacial pain.

Over the years, Dr. Baba has had extensive training with many of the top clinicians and researchers in the areas of craniofacial pain, facial growth and development and sleep disturbed breathing. Consequently, he brings a broad perspective and understanding of these arenas to the benefit of our community.

In 2007, Dr. Baba completed the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain Residency Program and received Fellowship status.

He also completed the Residency of the TMJ & Sleep Therapy Research Program. In 2015 he was awarded Diplomate status with the American Board of Craniofacial Dental Sleep Medicine and in 2014 he achieved Diplomate status with the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain.

It is Dr. Baba’s passion to be at the forefront of advancements in craniofacial pain and dental sleep medicine. To the aim, Dr. Baba is the owner/director of the TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre of Kansas, one of a network of over 50 affiliated, international clinical research sites across the globe. Our Centre serves Kansas and the surrounding region.

Contact details:

I can be reached at:
TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre of Kansas
4620 E. Douglas Suite 102
Wichita, Kansas 67208

Phone : 316-263-2444

Lisa Jack – Wichita, Kansas

My name is Lisa Jack and I have a passion for helping others on their path of health and wellness.

I have almost 25 years of experience in the dental field. I graduated from Wichita State University with a Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene.

After years in private practice, teaching dental hygiene students, and educating special needs caregivers about oral health, I realized the impact myofunctional disorders and dysfunctional breathing have on a person.

I have taken numerous courses and trainings over the years, which led to becoming a certified yoga instructor, certification in the Buteyko Breathing Method, and am currently on the COM® track through the International Association of Orofacial Myology (IAOM).

The connection of our oral health and overall health couldn’t be more important. I have seen first-hand the positive changes breathing re-education offers.

I truly enjoy working with children and adults, reaching therapy goals together for long-term results.

Please contact me at:
[email protected]
www.OMTherapyKansas.com
tel: 316-648-8545

OMTherapy, LLC
8625 E. 37th St. N. Suite 101
Wichita, KS 67226

Keith Sparks – Wichita, Kansas

I am fascinated by all things affecting the mitochondria. Mitochondria are the “powerhouse” of the cell. This is where oxygen is changed into usable energy. When there is mitochondrial health, there is overall health of a person. A person’s breath is the fastest way to identify stress or health of an individual. As a rehab specialist, by improving a person’s breath, we can affect a person’s mitochondrial function, therefore their overall health. This is powerful. I own and operate ICT Muscle & Joint Clinic, a chiropractic and rehabilitation clinic in Wichita, Kansas. We offer various health programs to not only improve your breath, but to take complicated health cases from pain to performance.  

ICT Muscle & Joint Clinic
7829 E. Rockhill St. #303
Wichita, KS, 67206
Website:  www.ictmjc.com
Phone:  316.854.3010
Email:  [email protected]

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