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Yoga Workshop - ChillOutYoga, Long Melford, Suffolk : Nov 2019

Unlocking the Power of the Vagus Nerve

Have you ever wondered what the Vagus nerve is and why it’s so important?

Playing a fundamental role in the parasympathetic nervous system, the so-called “wandering nerve” is responsible for our rest and digest capacities, and when stimulated, produces a calming and soothing force in our bodies

Join us on this yoga workshop to explore how we can stimulate vagal tone to help:

  harmonise the systems of the body,

  lower our blood pressure

  lower heart rate

  reduce anxiety

  reduce inflammation

  increase our sense of trust, compassion, acceptance, and joy

We’ll learn some simple techniques to access the Vagus to help us unwind and let go.  And whilst many of us enjoy those sensations of increased openness, we’ll also explore how we can balance that relaxation by creating a sense of stability and containment, working to centre and strengthen our physical and emotional selves.

Leave feeling relaxed, resilient, strong and open.

Venue

Getting There

Address

ChillOutYoga

The Old School Studio
Long Melford
Suffolk
C010 9DX

Tel: 07791 385 240

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