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Heart centered practices have informed humanity for millennia, giving them that peace and tranquility that is so longed for.

Dr. Anne Taylor explains the ancient wisdom of Kundalini Yoga from a scientific approach. What is meant by the “central tuning string” of the body, and how the heart is more than just a pump. She shares her woven studies of ancient cultures and modern science to support the Kundalini Yoga community in the depth of how the technology works!

 

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  • Vagus Nerve
  • How the practice of Kundalini Yoga impacts this nerve
  • Polyvagal theory

Dr. Anne Taylor

As the former Senior Director of Product Development for an international medical device company specializing in heart monitoring, Anne is well steeped in the scientific method and highly value evidence medicine. However, she also believes that Western medicine can be even more powerful when it “makes room on the throne” for traditional sciences, including the yogic traditions.

Anne holds a B.S. in Medical Biology from S.U.N.Y. and a Ph.D. in Mythological Studies with an emphasis in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Her doctoral dissertation is entitled: Medical Humanities: Speaking to the Cardiologist through Myth and Metaphor (2010). The human heart is her passion and she appreciates the fact that it is more than a pump. Anne views the heart as an organ of perception which is more powerful than many people realize. 

Connect with Dr. Anne Taylor:
anne@annetaylor.com

https://howtorelievestressnaturally.com/
https://annetaylor.siterubix.com 

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