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Relax to Receive

Ep. 22

Welcome to Season 2!


What’s the cost of not being able to relax? What if you could do it, naturally?


If you have trouble tapping into your creativity, arousal, play- you’re not alone.


In this episode we talk about relaxation techniques that work, based on neuroscience, hormone studies and just plain old wisdom and experience. 


Episode Overview: 


If you want to live your best life, it’s helpful to be able to drop in and relax- in this episode we cover six ways to cue your nervous system to stand down, from breathing and specific kinds of relaxing music, to herbs and rituals.


  • Why Relax - 
  • The Science of Safety
  • Breathing tools
  • Sound tools
  • Environmental Cues
  • Topicals and Ingestibles
  • Rhythmic Movements
  • Co-regulation
  • Ritual


Invest a half hour in learning new ways to relax.


Resources/References/Links: 

Dr. Stephen Porges, Polyvagal Theory

The Nine Gifts

Breath as Medicine

60BPM Playlists

Binaural Beats

Tim Van Diest

Oxytocin


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Rosebud Woman on Instagram @rosebudwoman


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