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The Polyvagal Theory

By Budiman Minasi – offered by Steve Goldstein Have you ever felt your heart race in the presence of danger, or experienced a calming sensation when surrounded by loved ones? Our body’s responses to different situations are not solely driven by conscious decisions, but rather by an intricate web of signals within our nervous system….

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The Polyvagal Theory

By Budiman Minasmy, adapted by Steve Goldstein Have you ever felt your heart race in the presence of danger, or experienced a calming sensation when surrounded by loved ones? Our body’s responses to different situations are not solely driven by conscious decisions, but rather by an intricate web of signals within our nervous system. One…

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The 3 Connected Brains of Human Nature

Have you ever felt an innate knowing from “using your head”, “following your heart”, or “having a gut feeling about something”? Where does this intelligence of knowing come from? Although we usually consider the one in our head to be our only brain, we actually have three, with our heart and gut being the other…

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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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Fascia, Interoceptive Awareness & Self Care: A Pandemic/Holiday Imperative

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