45-minute Online Class on Settling Your Nervous System in Unsettling Times
I don’t know about you, but this last week has probably been the most emotionally variable week I have ever had. Our nervous systems each have their own patterns and nuances. My nervous system tends towards over-stimulation than under, so at the moment there is an array of opportunities to trigger my fight-flight system.
I know we’re all doing our best to keep calm and carry on. However, no matter how rational we might be in our minds about this situation, our body is going to have its own responses, hence why I’m offering this class on how to settle your nervous system in unsettling times. There are simple ways to de-activate your sympathetic nervous system, and move into your parasympathetic mode of rest and replenish. I want to give you some of these to use straight away.
From a calm state we can be more creative in our response to the moment.
Have you ever thought about how the emotional and physical state you’re in colours how you see situations? Research shows that our story and experience of something is highly influenced by the state we’re in. This is a core understanding from polyvagal theory and a very good reason to keep our internal state as resourceful as possible.
In this class I share a range of techniques for shifting your nervous system out of stress/fight-flight and into calm. From a calm state we can see with more perspective, protect our body from stress, and be more creative in our response to the moment.
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