Robert Litman has spent the last 30 years guiding clients and students in the use of movement, breath and sound as a tool for personal growth, restoring healthy breathing rhythms, structural alignment, and efficient body mechanics. He is the creator of The Breathable Body workshops.
He co-developed the Wellsprings Practitioner Program with Emilie Conrad, founder of Continuum Movement and co-taught with her for 18 years. As a member of the faculty of Continuum Movement he made many contributions to Continuum’s practices, particularly in the sciences, incorporating respiratory physiology, neuroanatomy and cellular biology.
Robert has been studying with Susan Harper, creator of Continuum Montage, for over 20 years and has co-taught with Susan. He has an advanced certification in the Duggan/French Approach to Somatic Pattern Recognition, which has provided him with hands on skills to help guide clients' movement and breath education awareness processes.
He created the The Breathable Body in 2003 after being certified in The Buteyko Method of Breathing Retraining.
Robert now makes his home on Vashon Island, WA., continuing to offer private sessions and classes in movement and breathing. He regularly leads classes and workshops.
This teacher has stepped back from active teaching at this time.