We all have a ton to get done in a day. The ego can keep our foot on the gas pushing harder and harder. Running from work to working out to doing doing doing. And sometimes it’s not until we crash or get sick that we realize rest and relaxation is needed.
It’s a very similar experience when we are planning a big party and then the party ends and a sadness or low starts to linger. Or again, similar to training for a race or competition of some sort.
There is so much adrenaline and cortisol stored in the body and, when the race or competition ends, a low sets in. To maintain emotional stability, it’s critical to bring the body to a parasympathetic state throughout the training or preparation for a big event.
At the Neurosculpting Institute, we do this by something we call the induction process. The induction process focuses on the breath along with predictable cues to bring the left brain online. In turn, it also engages our prefrontal cortex, the best self part of the brain. There are health risk factors if we are locked in our limbic part of the brain.
I encourage you to also shake! Science has proven that shaking is great for the body. It actually releases stored adrenaline and cortisol from our system – allowing blood to flow with ease and our nervous system to reset.
For more information you can look online at www.neurosculptinginstitute.com.
Kelley Seriano, CNSF
While managing her 19 year corporate career, through extensive education and commitment to the study of Neurosculpting, Kelley lives her best life. Kelley is certified in facilitating Neurosculpting Meditation, Yoga, Pilates, Barre, Cycle and Dance. Kelley is part of a Dance company while freelancing this work in her spare time. She’s is also a writer and has a passion for fashion and art. One of Kelley’s greatest joys is helping other people achieve stronger mental health and balance in there lives. She does this by sharing her gift of dedication and insight into overall mind and body health.