The understanding of loss has greatly matured since Elizabeth Kubler-Ross’s pioneering work of the late 60’s.  Since then it is universally accepted that loss is not a linear process.   However now with the information of Polyvagal Theory,  the autonomic responses are worth reviewing.  The subject of loss could not be more timely as we have…

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Our nervous system craves context, choice, and connection in its effort to establish a sense of safety.  What does that mean in our everyday lives is the topic of this thought-provoking conversation.  The polyvagal theory helps us see and understand habitual emotional patterns enough to interrupt them.  In this organic series of conversations, Health educator and…

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How do you know if your autonomic nervous system has dropped into the dorsal state? A fundamental question for today, as the challenges faced personally and as a community, may leave you emotionally exhausted and overwhelmed. The biggest problem with the dorsal vagal state is that the access to the very resources that can help…

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I invite you to listen to this very special conversation with two remarkable practitioners from Europe.  As the number of COVID cases climb in their home countries these two women have experienced tremendous success with Gemmotherapy protocols.  Dr. Dana Campaen is a private practice physician in Cluj-Napoca and Lena Kozlovets is a health coach in…

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Have you sought help for physical pain through manual therapies only to find the pain relocates elsewhere in your body?  If this sounds familiar, I invite you to listen to this exceptional conversation about pain.  You may find that our discussion allows you to connect a few dots and consider alternative approaches to your pain.…

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How has 2020 treated your digestive system?  Not so great you say?  Even if your system was stellar before the start of the year I would agree there is far too much to digest.  But what about this thought. Rather than focusing on the digestive organs themselves, consider heading a bit upstream and consider support…

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