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Kristin 

Phone:

780-238-2335

Email:

Clinic Locations

Calgary, Edmonton, Leduc, Beaumont, Grande Prairie, and Peace River

About Me

Kristin graduated from the Toronto College of Dental Hygiene in 2009. Kristin became interested in Myofunctional Therapy after attending a continuing education course. She is now an active member of the I.A.O.M. and received her certification in 2018, being one of the first Certified Orofacial Myologists in Canada. Kristin also continued her education into the study of the Buteyko breathing method. As Kristin continued to study and understand the consequences of dysfunctional breathing, she furthered her studies to become a Certified Buteyko Breathing Instructor in 2020. Kristin loves working with a wide variety of patients from children to adults. Kristin works passionately in the specialization of Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy to make a positive impact in her patient’s lives.

Continuing Education

Continuing Education

We are passionate about educating others! Are you a Dental office wanting to know more about Myofunctional Therapy and how this could benefit your patients? Contact us and we can send you referral material. Ask about setting up an in office presentation for you and your team. We would love to be a part of your collaborative approach!

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Certified Buteyko Practitioner

Certified Buteyko Practitioner

Kristin is a certified Buteyko Breathing Practitioner and a member of the Buteyko Clinic International.

Named after Dr. Konstantin Buteyko, the Buteyko Method consists of a series of breathing exercises and guidelines specifically designed to reduce over-breathing (clinically known as ‘chronic hyperventilation’). The simple fact is that many people breathe too much, which alters the natural levels of gases in the blood, reduces oxygen delivery to tissues and organs, and causes constriction of the smooth muscles surrounding blood vessels and airways. This can lead to numerous health problems. Bringing breathing volume towards normal and making the switch from mouth to nose breathing helps to alleviate such health problems.

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