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Noradrenaline & Kumbhaka Workshop

20 August @ 08:30 - 16:00

Organised by : Martin Thompson

The first part of this event looks at noradrenalin and the reticular activating system and how through conscious breath we can effect positive change. Part two then explores the physiological…

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The first part of this event looks at noradrenalin and the reticular activating system and how through conscious breath we can effect positive change. Part two then explores the physiological effects of kumbhaka and bandhas in pranayama.

The physiology of breath holding involves respiratory, circulatory and cardiac changes including an increase in Co2 and a decrease in O2. These changes occur because of changes in the respiratory gases in the blood. 02 and Co2 levels are involved in respiratory control, but Co2 level is more important in holding the breath.

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