Mark Simzak — Respiratory Fitness Specialist and Biofeedback Practitioner
For the first forty years of life, Mark’s health was sub-par. Chronic inflammation deteriorated health and performance. Asthma, sinusitis, incessant colds and GI issues were a function of an inferior diet, inadequate hydration and dysfunctional breathing. Traditional medical doctors helped manage symptoms with prescription drugs and antibiotics. Despite compromised health, Mark managed to secure an engineering degree and a technical sales/consulting career to support a vibrant family. One day in early 2003, while wheezing his way up a small hill, an inspiration came suggesting “something needs to change”. He finally ventured outside the standard medical network to seek assessment and counsel from alternative care practitioners. These visits coupled with his own research allowed him to recognize how current environmental triggers and ensuring daily habits were setting him up for an early grave.
Proactive about his kids not having to endure similar miseries, Mark started modelling “better habits for better being”. Over the course of several years, all his ailments disappeared as he developed new-found energy and zeal for life. Passionate to help others discover this alternate path, he took to transformative technologies, biofeedback, neurofeedback, ancestral health bio-hacks and spiritual pursuits before pursuing an MS degree in Applied Breathing Sciences (2015-2017). The shift in education and competencies had him trading in his tech hat for a wellness director and motivational speaking position. Mark’s current mission is to help others discover and modify their environment and their habits to more naturally improve health, performance and well-being. He offers discounts to teens and younger adults if they have a specific interest in consciousness growth. The Better Being Project also welcomes donations to the Social Good Fund (a non-profit), so that we might serve those without the financial means to help themselves. Mark conducts business in the Tri-valley area of Pleasanton/Dublin/ Livermore, CA.