Glasgow, Scotland: October 27, 2018

Yoga and the Vagus Nerve: The Science of Mindful Movement

Yoga nerds unite! If you’re interested in the science behind why yoga works, this session is for you.

The vagus nerve – also called the wandering nerve – is a key player in the autonomic nervous system. Located just behind the throat, it functions like a dimmer switch for the entire body. When it’s stimulated, it moves you from “fight or flight” into “rest and digest.”

Yoga and meditation have a powerful effect on the vagus nerve. In this workshop, you’ll explore the latest research on how yoga and meditation affect the nervous system. You’ll come away with cutting-edge knowledge and practices to support emotional regulation and mental health.

Everyone welcome! This session includes discussion, pranayama, and meditation.

WHEN:

Saturday, October 27th 2018

WHERE:

The Kali Collective in Glasgow, Scotland

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Led by Chelsea Roff
Chelsea Roff

Chelsea Roff is the Founder and Director of Eat Breathe Thrive. An author, researcher, and educator, she has spent nearly a decade pioneering integrative health programs for people with mental health challenges.