In 2019, Kim Dowdell will be teaching a number of weekend workshops in beautiful rural South Wales on Energetic acupressure. Suitable for everyone the workshops incorporate some of the body’s most powerful acupressure points for physical, emotional and spiritual health. On some workshops, Kim will be joined by Madison King. Maddie is the top European teacher for Donna Eden, author of Energy Medicine.
Kim is a qualified acupuncturist, cosmetic acupuncturist. Kim also has wide experience in the wellness field for over 20 years including crystal therapy, colour therapy, energy medicine, reflexology and shamanic soul retrieval. Kim established Vision for Living in 1995 and is the founder and director of the Cardiff Festival of Wellbeing.
The Vagus Nerve – The Missing link to Health, Connection and Intuition?
Often termed the Wanderer, The Vagus Nerve is the longest cranial nerve in the body. It connects our Brain to our body and can be the missing link behind depression, anxiety, stress, weight gain, chronic fatigue, breathing disorders like asthma, heartburn, I.B.S. and digestive problems, memory, TMJ, chronic inflammation, fainting, mood disorders, B12 deficiency and seizures.
Remarkable research over the past 2 decades has revealed how important The Vagal Nerve is to the nervous system and the fight/flight, rest and repair and the freeze response.
It also has been termed the nerve of compassion and connection – stimulating telepathy, empathy, intuition and supports higher states of consciousness.
These new insights are also heralding the beginning of an exciting new field of treatment for Autism and Trauma recovery.
As a bridge between the Energetic and the Physical we will explore the multiple connections the Vagus Nerve makes within our body and energy systems and work with Energetic exercises and techniques, Acupuncture points and the Chakra system to increase our Vagal Tone:
- The Vagus Nerve and the Chakras – a bidirectional message system
- The Vagus Nerve and the breath – the fast track to Vagal tone
- The Vagus Nerve and the Spleen meridian
- Acupuncture points that positively impact Vagus Nerve functioning
- The importance of the Aura and the Vagus Nerve
- Language and the Vagus nerve
- The Vagus Nerve, the Gut-Brain axis and Mental Health
There are 3 dates to choose from April 27/28th, May 11/12, and June 1/2nd . A limited number of places are available on each date .
The workshops will take place from 10.30-5pm in rural South Wales in the village of City, near the market town of Cowbridge in the Vale of Glamorgan.
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