The vagus nerve (10th cranial nerve) is the longest cranial nerve in the body. Containing both motor- and sensory functions. It passes through the neck, chest, and the abdomen, and therefore has the widest distribution in the body. It controls heart rate, immune function, digestion, and all involuntary functions of the body. When this nerve is blocked somewhere on its pathway, you’re always ‘ON’.
We offer 6-hours-workshops.
4 persons or more a 20% discount.
When on your location: plus travel expenses.