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Neurosculpting through the Body Current
Presented by: Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health
How do a healthy brain and body imprint transformation? It responds in the moment, regulating the nervous system to release the emotional charge while priming neural pathways to integrate a healthy current of communication in the mind-body map. With proven Neurosculpting® and Body Current® practices, you can begin to navigate stress and reprogram old conditioning with each breath.
In this 5-day immersion you:
- Awaken the innate mind-body intelligence by priming the neural pathways
- Learn how to mitigate stress and resolve pain
- Identify limiting beliefs and the associated neurological patterns
- Imprint an embodied neurological overlay to reprogram existing conditioning.
Lisa Wimberger, Founder of the Neurosculpting Institute and Shanti Medina, Founder of Body Current, will teach you simple, effective practices for embodied transformation, supported by neuroscientific research, for managing, healing, and releasing the harmful imprints of stress and trauma while restoring homeostasis.
What is Neurosculpting® meditation?
Neurosculpting® is a 5-step whole-brain meditation process, integrating mindfulness and neuroscience, that strategically helps an individual release the grip of old patterns, rewrite limiting beliefs and entrain the brain to find wholeness by creating new and more supportive patterns, habits and behaviors.
What is Body Current transformation?
The Body Current® is an empowering simple 3-step transformational process of body-centered practices designed to gently release trauma, resolve chronic pain, mitigate daily stress, and reprogram old conditioning in the mind/body/cellular map through self-realization. These effective and highly applicable practices designed to stimulate the vagus nerve, a master regulator of our autonomic nervous system, include specific breathing practices along with ancient hand gestures, meditation techniques, somatosensory mindfulness tools and embodied movement.
Listen to Lisa and Shanti’s radio interview to learn more
To learn more about the Neurosculpting and Body Current modalities, listen to Lisa and Shanti being interviewed by Sandra Guy Malhortra, Ph.D. of W Cubed on VoiceAmerica Internet Radio sharing how their modalities support people in resolving trauma and chronic pain while mitigating daily stress. It’s a free on demand audio at this link: “Transformation and Regeneration from the Inside Out” .
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