The Pulmonica is a specially constructed and tuned Pulmonary Harmonica that produces deep, resonant, meditative sounds that can be felt vibrating in the lungs and sinuses. No musical talent is needed – just breathing through the Pulmonica always sounds great. Smooth edges and quality materials make it safe to handle and a joy to use.
Breathe Better Now
The Pulmonica allows everyone to include conscientious belly breathing and soothing sounds in their daily routine. Low harmonics gently pulse the lung and sinus cavities, helping to loosen secretions and make breathing easier. If breathing is a problem because of COPD, asthma, allergies, exposure to pollution, or other reasons, playing the Pulmonica could help. Surveys show, the more you play, the better you breathe.
No Background Needed
Special tuning makes the Pulmonica easy to play without a musical background. Wind instruments, especially harmonicas, have long been known to promote belly breathing (also referred to as abdominal or diaphragmatic breathing), but not everyone can learn to play a wind instrument. Long, slow, deep, and complete breathing is all that is needed for a Pulmonica. See our Program page for detailed directions on use and care.
Where Can I Learn More about the Pulmonica?
- Attend a Breathe Better Now seminar
- Visit us at conferences and community events
Where Can I Buy a Pulmonica?
What comes with the Pulmonica?
The Pulmonica, a leather carrying case, a cleaning cloth, instructions for use and care, all neatly bundled in the box.
Our Commitment to Better Breathing
For every twenty Pulmonicas sold, Harmonica Techs will donate one to a charity to distribute to needy clients. Our first charity is the Senior Friendship Center health clinic in Florida, which serves low-income older adults. We also sponsor research on our Pulmonary Harmonica and welcome inquiries on our Contact page.
The Pulmonica comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee, and is also guaranteed for one full year against manufacturing and material defects. The Pulmonica is hand-made in Germany by Seydel, the world’s oldest harmonica manufacturer.