Explorations of Polyvagal Theory: Reviewing the State of Connection
February 24, 2021
In addition to your two states of survival, your nervous autonomic nervous system has one state for connection. That state is the ventral vagal state. It is where you not only feel a connection with yourself but also desire connection with others. In today’s third recap session you will hear more about this state and how Cameron, Maegan, and I use people, places, and activities to anchor ourselves in ventral vagal.
In this organic series, Gemmotherapy expert and educator Lauren Hubele, Japanese Acupuncturist Maegan Lemp, and the Passionate Polyvagalist Cameron Scott explore the blended use of the Polyvagal Theory, Asian Medicine and Gemmotherapy extracts to restore a sense of safety and connection.
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