Sound Therapy & the Vagus Nerve

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Written by Daphne

Daphne is a registered yoga therapist, movement educator, bodyworker, and a specialist in somatic therapy.

November 5, 2021

The vagus nerve is our body’s doorway to rest and digest. This cranial nerve creates the superhighway in which our organs communicates with our brain. Our vagal tone determines our nervous system ability to self-soothe and self-organise, create homeostasis and resilience in our overall health.

Sound therapy works through the vagus nerve through its innervation in the auditory camel through to the middle ear into the pharynx, larynx, into our vital and digestive organs. Through mindful fluid movement to sound vibrations and resonance, as well as guided visualisation and vocalisation, we are able to regulate our immune and nervous system and affect our internal organs to restore their regulatory functions.

Join myself and Singapore-based sound healer Jasz Lau @The Senses Therapy in this series of Somatic & Sound Healing Embodiment Sessions from November to February to experience this deep healing process for the body-mind-spirit.

To register:……/

This post was originally posted on on November 30th 2019

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