Alleviate Anxiety - Activate Your Vagus Nerve! 5 Tools to Manage Fight & Flight in a Busy World.
Sunday July 1st
4.00pm - 6.45pm
The vagus nerve is a little known but powerful nerve in the body that has a profound affect on stress & anxiety levels.
In this workshop with Exercise Physiologist, Russell Young, you will learn 5 simple tools you can incorporate into daily life to manage your fight or flight response even when life feels busy.
We will practice the art & science of yoga postures, breathwork, pressure points & fasting techniques in relation to the vagus nerve.
You can expect to leave feeling calm, centred & empowered to manage your busy life in a positive way.
ABOUT RUSS YOUNG:
Russ is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and has been practising yoga for more than 25 years.
Unlike many students who start yoga in a studio, Russ' reasons were more intrinsic and home-practiced based. He became interested in yoga as a teenager, and taught himself postures out of a book as a way of managing severe pain associated with the imbalances caused by scoliosis. This set him on a path in the health & fitness industry, first as a massage therapist, then later a Degree in Exercise Physiology.
He is a part time guest teacher for the Graduate School of Medicine at the University of Wollongong, where he teaches Anatomy to doctors in training.
Russ has a keen background in biomechanics & functional anatomy and uses this unique knowledge in conjunction with mindfullness techniques to treat patients with a range of injuries and mental health conditions.
Russ' initially trained with a traditional school - The Sivananda School of Yoga in Kerala, India, and like Deb has since completed various teacher trainings with Internationally acclaimed teachers in a range of styles.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Please make your purchase carefully, due to the nature of this workshop, we are unable to offer refunds, exchanges or transfers. All purchases are final.
Booking with a friend? If you are booking into this course with a family member or friend, please make sure you register and enrol separately. Purchasing multiple passes on one account will only enrol the person who made the purchase.