Got Neuroplasticity? Using Movement to Create Oxytocin to Help Regenerate Your Brain

Join Feldenkrais® teacher Elinor Silverstein and kinetic learning specialist and best-selling author Rupert Isaacson for a fascinating presentation on creating the feel-good and communication hormone oxytocin. Learn how to end the brain's cell danger response (aka, chronic stress), which blocks learning. We can achieve neuro-plasticity and learning through simple movements of pelvic rocking and balancing, while at the same time uncovering the mysteries of the vagal nerve and the elixir of life - the liquid crystalline collagen matrix. Learn how to do this not just for yourself and your clients, but also to serve children with autism, ADD/ADHD and other neuro-psychiatric conditions, elders with dementia, and many others. Quality of life? Yes indeed!

Elinor Silverstein, Feldenkrais® teacher, has been teaching over 35 years how movement and internal biochemistry can work together to improve people's lives.




Rupert Isaacson
is an acclaimed author and autism expert.
Date:
Thursday, August 24

Time:
10AM-12:30PM &
2:30PM-5PM PDT

Open to:
Public, Trainees, Practitioners


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