$75.00 USD


Self-Regulation: Creating Habits of Ease for Depression, Fatigue, and Procrastination (Nov 2022)

Creating Habits of Ease for When You Need Them Most

Engage movement, breath, and ease.

Online Study via Zoom
4 Tuesdays, Nov 1 - Nov 22 at 12pm - 1:15pm PT

++By popular request, each class will be recorded and available for the month to review between weekly live sessions.++

This class will focus on some of the nervous system experiences that are particular to depression and fatigue.

 What’s Included in this Self-Regulation Series:

  • Four 75-minute classes online
  • PDF of Participant workbook
  • PDF of poster handout
  • Videos of individual lessons

Sign up with a friend and use code FRIEND for 50% off tuition price. Contact us for other pricing options, or to bring this course to your clinic or organization!

Additional Gratuities accepted via Paypal [email protected] or Venmo@Aubrey-Remedy

No refunds unless class is cancelled.


Self-regulation helps people become more aware of what is happening in the nervous system, body, and brain. The journey supports learners in discovering more about how their bodies work and how to work with the intelligence of their bodies. Thus, the lessons are experiential in nature.

The invitation to you, is to inquire into the grand intelligence of your nervous system. Be curious and enjoy discovering MORE about the exquisite nature of your triune nervous system. How could your own nervous system regulation be affecting your family and friends? We will discuss these issues from a framework of Polyvagal Theory and Trauma-Informed Care, while staying embodied.

The Importance of Practice

Our habits are conditioned through repetition. The neural pathways of our habits began prenatally and carry across generations. We all have habits for how we sit, move, breath, and stand. We also have habits and patterns for how we respond when there is a perception of threat or distress. Embodied awareness helps us to see these patterns and habits.

Thus, the Self-Regulation study is a practicum. It is a place of practice. We are a community of practice.

You are encouraged to PLAY with the Ease Keys presented and the teachings. Truly have fun exploring and discovering. Explore dancing the moves, sing when you practice, have fun trying them on in different settings, choose your favorite Ease Keys to focus on for a week, then choose new ones.

These processes are made short, simple and share-able with your friends and family. See what happens in your practice as people learn Ease Keys. You will receive a workbook, color handouts, and links to short videos describing each lesson.

There are a lot of ways to bring self-regulation into practice:

  • Share the Ease Keys – with friends, families, at meetings, in church
  • Share a lesson or the full series of lessons.
  • Post the poster or use it as a handout.
  • Share the videos.


Self-Regulation Agenda

We are scheduled over 4 weeks so that you will have the opportunity to practice. During sessions 1-3 you will receive the lessons and guided group practice with lecture and time for questions. Session 4 will be a follow up with questions and application in community or family settings.

The goal is being more comfortable practicing the Self-Regulation lessons and sharing them with friends and family. Following the practice session, we will have time for questions from anatomy details to practical advice.

Self-Regulation Week 1 Agenda:

Welcome and Lessons 1-3:

  • Get Your Witness in Play,

  • Create a Strong Foundation,

  • Grow You Comfort Zone

  • Questions, reflections, and anatomy details

Self-Regulation Week 2 Agenda:

Lessons 4-6:

  • The Power of Your Breath

  • Create Room for Your Organs

  • Your Triune Nervous System

  • Questions, reflections, and anatomy details

Self-Regulation Week 3 Agenda:

Lessons 7-9

  • Love Your Turtleneck

  • Come to Your Senses

  • Co-Regulation: Bring Your Practice to Life

  • Questions, reflections, and anatomy details

Self-Regulation Week 4 Agenda:

Applications of self-regulation and co-regulation in a family or community setting; more specific applications of exercises.