Lois Laynee


Lois Laynee is a dynamic pioneer and passionate lecturer in the fields of Education, Sleep, Scar Release Healing, Cranio Facial Neuro development, and much more.

In addition to heading the Laynee Restorative Breathing Method™, Lois is also the CEO of AZ Sleep Apnea Center PLLC; a speaker and educator of oxygen wellness and the creator of the Laynee Restorative Breathing Method™.

By combining her decades of clinical experience, with the Laynee Restorative Breathing Method™, she offers support for clients at all stages of life.


I had the front tip of my tongue clipped when I was 13. Now I understand that many more aspects of my life were impacted by my tongue-tie: from development with tongue-tie, from lack of physical therapy post frenotomy, from also having posterior tongue-tie that should be revised. Lois Laynee made huge strides with me through manual therapy and exercises for a year, helping my digestion, sleep, energy, and athletic recovery. Then she worked with a dentist to revise my tongue more thoroughly, helping me extensively with therapy before and after the surgery. My digestion has improved extraordinarily, I no longer choke on water, Siri understands me, and my body feels less tension, more connected and integrated. I feel better than I ever thought was possible. Lois Laynee not only is more knowledgeable than any other physician I've been to, but she also cares deeply about her patients.

Ali B.

Tulsa, OK

I have studied with the top neurodevelopmental specialists and used applied neuroscience techniques and tools in my performance coaching practice for 30 [years] and I can tell you Lois's work is going to take us all to a new dimension. She is truly a brainstem whisperer!

Elizabeth G.

Eden Prairie, MN

If you have a neurological disorder like dystonia, you'd be forgiven for thinking a neurologist would help you get better. Alas, you'd be sorely mistaken. You should instead work with someone who will help you recover neurological function where it's lost, not just mask symptoms; someone who will think about your recovery in a holistic manner and treat different aspects of your condition; and who will work with other healthcare practitioners to create a multidisciplinary care team. That person is Lois. 


Lois has used creative techniques to help me wake up the neural pathways that my brain tends to forget; she has helped me realize and address the relationship between trauma and neuro-muscular dysfunction; and worked with my dentist in addressing the anatomical deficits that contributed to my dystonia. This kind of holistic approach is exactly what dystonia patients need, and it's in very short supply. You'd be lucky to have Lois in your corner. 

Federico P.

Montreal, QC

Without a doubt Lois’s presentation on breathing dynamics and the importance of restoring our patients' health is priceless. We’ve incorporated the technique she shared, and it has made a tremendous impact on the success of our treatment.

David A. Jarrin, DDS.

Moline, IL

[Lois Laynee's] Cranial Neurosequencing Technique is incredibly supportive to our therapies (TMD, Sleep Disorders, and Airway Orthodontics). As soon as I implementing Lois’s work in my practice, I saw changes like patients reporting faster reduction of pain, being able to breath better, or being less anxious. I highly recommend Lois Laynee’s seminars to any healthcare professional!

Amparo David, DMD.

Bolton, MA

Restoring Movement through Breathing, as Lois Laynee teaches it, is a practical and refreshing approach that will compliment any movement correction or rehabilitation skill set.

Gray Cook, MSPT, OCS, CSCS.

Whether it is to prepare patients for their best experience with ALF, or to help patients who are stuck, be able to turn on cranial nerves and brain function, lowering the threshold for life-limiting primitive reflexes to be integrated and transformed (as we also see in osteopathy and ALF), Lois' techniques and touch are consistently catalytic, and always an inspiration.

Darick Nordstrom, DDS.

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