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The way to a healthy heart.
HeartMath is a biofeedback system which focuses on heart rate variability and coherence breathing techniques, to help develop self-regulation skills and encourage shifts in emotions which create coherence and emotional resilience.
It is a powerful tool to quickly and dramatically transform the impact of stress and improve emotional wellbeing.
The shift in heart rhythm creates a favourable cascade of neural, hormonal and biochemical events which benefit the entire body but are especially potent on emotional processing, attention, perception, memory and problem-solving.
Our Heart Math practitioner is Aisha Taylor
It can help in reducing:
- Post-traumatic stress/trauma
- Chronic pain
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What To Expect
The Heart Math program consists of four sessions.
The first session would last 45mins followed by three 30mins sessions.
Each session would involve using the HRV biofeedback ear sensor connected HeartMath software program, along with coaching and practice of the breathwork techniques.
A booklet is provided with further explanations and practice sheets/exercises to perform in between sessions.
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