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Webinar: The Significance of the Vagus Nerve in Integrative Bodywork

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The Significance of the Vagus Nerve in Integrative Bodywork

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The longest and thus most extensive cranial nerve pathway in the human body is also the most extensive neural pathway of our parasympathetic system: the bilateral vagus nerve structure. This webinar will explore the physiology of the vagus nerve, its substantial influence on the connection between gut, brain and body and useful bodywork protocols which enhance vagal function to restore a better balance within our clients.

The afferent (sensory) and efferent (motor) pathways within the vagal system significantly influence many physiological processes which create a complex and ever present dialogue between brain and body, biology and psychology, health and dysfunction.

This webinar aims to provide the bodyworker with a clearer and in-depth understanding of the vagal system as a significant contributor towards improving self-regulation ability, resilience and balance through a sequence of integrative bodywork protocols.


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Conny Pulvermacher

Conny Pulvermacher has been a clinical practitioner, yoga teacher and holistic health educator for nearly twenty years.

She holds qualifications and has undergone training in bodywork, nutrition and yoga, specialising in craniosacral therapy (biodynamic and structural).

Conny has developed an integrative approach to therapeutic practice combining the non-invasive approach of craniosacral therapy with myofascial release, positional release, acupressure, kinesiology and remedial massage to facilitate the integration of experience at multiple levels. She structures nutritional advice and movement therapy as additional tools to empower clients with self-help ability within the rhythm of everyday life.

Conny is currently the organiser of and a teaching assistant in a three-year diploma training in Craniosacral therapy held in Sydney. Conny is a committed meditation practitioner. In her therapeutic practice and her lifestyle she holds a deep core belief: mind and body are inextricably interwoven with each other.

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Where: Online

CPE: 1.5 CPE points

How to access the webinar: A link to access the webinar will be sent to your email shortly before the event begins.

Webinar Recording: Registering for this live event will also give you access to the webinar recording. Webinar recordings can be watched at any time.

ATMS Cancellation Policy: Bookings cancelled with less than 7 days notice before the event date will not be entitled to a refund or credit.

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