Moving the Vagus

Working with the Tuning Board


Date: 14 Dec 2022
15 Dec 2022
Time: each 10:00–17:30
Teacher: Dr. Darrell Sanchez (USA)
Conditions: basic class "The Body In Tune" completed
Language: English translated into German
Costs: CHF 510
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The vagus nerve is essential to our well-being and survival. Healthy vagal tone is characterized by resiliency. When it is functioning in a balanced state we can go from love, to social connection, to arousal and action to rest, to meditation, to normal breath, digestion and heart rate. We are continually cycling through our triune autonomic vagal response system (social, sympathetic, parasympathetic) to what we experience in our internal and external reality. Loss of this ANS elasticity indicates traumatic stress, PTSD and fixation.

In this workshop we will incorporate various exercises using the Tuning Board to identify and track the state of each other’s vagal tone, flexibility and flow. The goal is to gain skill in identifying which vagal function is operating and to encourage and restore healthy vagal tone.

It associates with all our internal functions, the environment and to our relationship with others. The Tuning Board sends a beautiful and gentle motion up through the entire body that stimulates every joint and major organ of the body. This loving motion supports the motility of the viscera, thus enlivening the vagus nerve and releasing information stored in the body. We will work with the movement of the vagus nerve toward resiliency and balance.

Dr. Darrell Sanchez

Darrell Sanchez, PhD, LPC is a licensed somatic psychotherapist, Certified Advanced Rolfer™, Rolf Movement Practitioner, Craniosacral Therapist, Certified Somatic Experiencing™ Practitioner and former trainer, and professional dance instructor and performer.He has been studying, practicing, teaching, and performing in the movement and healing arts since 1974. The common thread woven through …

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