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Loving Coherence More Than Comfort

“Some people love their story so much, even if it’s of their own misery, even if it ties them to unhappiness, or they don’t know how to stop telling it. Maybe it’s about loving coherence more than comfort, it might also be about fear – you have to die a little to be reborn, and…

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Loving Coherence More Than Comfort

“Some people love their story so much, even if it’s of their own misery, even if it ties them to unhappiness, or they don’t know how to stop telling it. Maybe it’s about loving coherence more than comfort, it might also be about fear – you have to die a little to be reborn, and…

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Unlocking the Secrets of the Polyvagal Theory: Navigating the Vagus Nerve for a Happier and Healthier Life

Our vagus nerve, our tenth cranial nerve, aka our “wandering nerve”, is a complex network of fibres winding its way through the brainstem, playing a pivotal role in regulating our emotions, heart rate, digestion, and more. I will stick my neck out and proclaim this nerve as the creator of what we refer to as…

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Monthly Members’ Webinar – Polyvagal theory in action

Date: Thursday 16th November 2023Time: 19.00 – 20.00 UK timePresenters: Gus de la QuerraTitle: Polyvagal theory in action Summary: With Poly meaning “many”, the vagus nerve is not just a single nerve with many branches. The word “poly” refers to the fact that we actually have two vagus nerves able to create different physiological and emotional states. Join Gus…

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Working with Caesarean Scars

  As a scar specialist, I work with many women with a Caesarean scar (CS); sometimes they have three or even four scars, one on top of the other, each time the surgeon possibly having cleared out adhesions and each time possibly more adhesions having formed.  This is complex and sensitive work as we unravel…

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JAN TREWARTHA USE THIS VERSION

Working with Caesarean scars

by Jan Trewartha As a scar specialist, I work with many women with a Caesarean scar (CS); sometimes they have three or even four scars, one on top of the other, each time the surgeon possibly having cleared out adhesions and each time possibly more adhesions having formed.  This is complex and sensitive work as…

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