The Vagus Nerve

If you haven’t already, now is the time to discover your vagus nerve.

Did you know the vagus nerve is the longest nerve of our autonomic nervous system. The vagus nerve oversees many conscious and unconscious functions, including how we manage our many emotions and stress.

Yogic Exploration Workshop

Julia Knight is hosting a very special workshop on Sunday 22nd December 2019 which will delve into an information exploration and discovery of the profound effects of deep vagus nerve toning. Enhanced vagus nerve tone opens a doorway to deep relaxation, vitality and longevity.

Chronic Stress and Mental Stimulation

In the modern world we are exposed to chronic stress and constant mental stimulation which leads to low vagal tone which diminishes our ability to switch easefully into our rest digest systems from fight, flight and freeze.

Digestive health and deep rest are crucial for our immune, cardiac and hormonal systems optimal function. Our ability to self soothe anxiety, and relax when we choose is a skill that can enormously benefit our health, wellbeing and spiritual life.

Vagus NerveWhat is the Vagus Nerve?

Everyone has a vagus nerve. It travels from our frown lines, covering our third eye and helping us to mistake our fears for intuition. It goes from our headspace right the way down to our pelvic floor, thus in turn affecting our internal organs along the way. This includes our eyes, ears and throat. It also reaches into and informs the entire network of fascia that literally holds us together.

The vagus nerve is the longest cranial nerve in your body. It connects your brain to many important organs throughout the body, including the gut (intestines, stomach), heart and lungs. – the word “vagus” means “wanderer” in Latin.
The nerve, imparts signals to the brain regarding the level of function of organs from the heart, liver, kidneys, ears and many more, it influences your breathing, digestive function, blood pressure and heart rate, all of which can have a huge impact on your physical and mental health as it interfaces with the parasympathetic nervous system

Improve Overall Wellbeing, Vitality and Inner Happiness

Julia’s workshop on 22nd December 2019, 12pm-2pm includes a bespoke range of yogic practices, developed to tone the vegas nerve to improve overall well-being, vitality and inner happiness.

Expect the following from this bespoke workshop:

  • Hatha posture work
  • Yin yoga
  • Restorative Yoga
  • Laughter Yoga
  • Partner work
  • Pranayama (breath practices)
  • Meditation
  • A handout to reinforce learning
  • RefreshmentsHere are some of the benefits of attending the Vagus Nerve workshop
  • Knowledge empowerment
  • Eases insomnia
  • Combats chronic stress
  • Promotes deep relaxation
  • Relieves stress and anxiety
  • Reduces tension
  • Softens tight muscles
  • Improves flexibility
  • Boosts immune system

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