Our First Breath

The Impact Of Prenatal And Perinatal Factors On Our Breathing Care

with John Wilks
In this presentation, John Wilks looks at how physical and psycho-emotional factors can influence how we breathe. How we come into this world has a profound effect on how we relate to our environment.
Birth can have a significant impact on breath, particularly depending on whether we were born prematurely or whether mechanical or pharmacological interventions were used.

John examines particularly how the vagus nerve is affected by certain kinds of birth, how we can evaluate vagal tone in babies and how the vagus is affected by structural issues (entrapment etc) as well as trauma, gut health and other factors.
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  • Entry Level
  • Powerpoint
  • Practical application
  • To support your client
  • 60 minute class
  • life-long access to recording

Learning outcomes

  • Learn basic theory to outline the effects of physical, and pscho emotional factors affect our first breathe

who can this benefit

  • Birth practitioners who like to expand their knowledge to better support heir clients
  • Anyone who would like to learn more about the effects of birth in relation to breathe
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John Wilks

Bowen Therapist and Teacher