Relaxation is a skill that needs to be learnt
Stress Management is a skill that needs to be learnt. In order to survive, evolution has provided us with the ability to respond quickly, speed up. The ability to regulate, to choose to speed up and slow down depending on the task on hand requires practice.
Stay calm when life gets hectic
The vagus nerve informs the brain how the inner organs - such as gut liver, heart and lungs functions. The limbic system ,amygdala and insular cortex are involved in regulating emotions, behaviour, memory and energy . Using biofeedback allows you to tap into the potential of your breath.
By learning to stay calm, you can access a situation accurately and choose how to respond in the best possible manner.
If your breathing is fast and irregular, the ability to assess a situation correctly diminishes. Mistakes can creep in and your body has to deal with a high level of stress hormones.
Regulating the breath allows you to gain control over your heart rate.
The visual feedback enhances your ability to regulate the breath and enhance the function of your heart, lungs and digestion. It improves your ability to regulate the level of activation and enhances performances, health and wellbeing.
Best results are achieved when your initial biofeedback session is combined with a Feldenkrais (Personal movement session). As part of the initial session a program is discussed to ensure you learn the skills to achieve your goals.
Get in touch - We like to hear from you
128 Hardy street