Exploring Polyvagal Theory: Extracts to assist our mobilization out of shutdown

August 12, 2020

In this episode, Megan and Lauren share insights on nine Gemmotherapy extracts that can assist with mobilization out of a shutdown state ( dorsal vagal).

The polyvagal theory is the masterful work of Dr. Stephen Porges that in short, it helps us see and understand habitual emotional patterns enough to interrupt them.  In this particular series, Health educator and Gemmotherapy expert Lauren Hubele and  Acupuncturist Maegan Lemp explore how  Polyvagal Theory may guide us to better select extracts to build emotional resilience.


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