Dance for people with chronic breathlessness: a transdisciplinary approach to intervention development (Harrison et al, 2020)

Dance is fun, social and improves fitness, making it a promising form of exercise for people experiencing breathlessness.

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I breathe, you breathe, we breathe: Public engagement & the Life of Breath

Senior Research Associate on the Life of Breath project, clinical music therapist and mindful yoga teacher Kate Binnie reflects on…

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Dance Easy videos

Presented by dance facilitator, respiratory public health specialist and programme creator Sian Williams, these videos can help people with breathlessness get moving to improve their health and wellbeing.

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Catch Your Breath: Puppetry, Dance and Creative Writing

Life of Breath collaborator and arts and health workshop facilitator, Elspeth Penny, writes about her experience of running a series…

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Movement Playground Gaga Class

Mon 1 July, 2.30pm, Newcastle

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Movement Playground

Every Thursday 2.00pm, Newcastle

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Movement, stasis and interoception: unsettling the body

14-17 August 2018, Stockholm Life of Breath team members Jane Macnaughton and Andrew Russell will be joined by Anna Harris (Maastricht…

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Beckett, The Breath and The Choreographic

Wed 21 Feb, Durham “Grace to breathe that void. Know happiness” (“Ill Seen Ill Said”, 1981). Unusually for Samuel Beckett,…

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Gasp! Making breathlessness less invisible through the creative arts

People living with breathlessness and those interested in how the arts-in-health approach may help make breathlessness less invisible, were invited…

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Breath Control

Breath Control

23 March 2017, Cambridge Artist Caroline Wright has made a successful application to Arts Council England, in collaboration with Cambridge…

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Cataloguing Breath Through Choreography

Lecturer in Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Bristol Kate Elswit writes: I am currently collaborating on Breath…

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‘I will not be drowned’

Project Manager (Bristol) on the Life of Breath Jess Farr-Cox writes: Consider how we use breathing (particularly long, slow exhalations) as…

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