On the Ground at a Refugee Camp
We are on the ground at a refugee camp, offering sessions on the Slow Wave. The Slow Wave is helping aid workers by day and refugees in the evening.
For refugees a single 35-minute Slow Wave session profoundly downregulates sympathetic hyper-activation to reduce the effects of exposure to hardship and diminish the long term effects of trauma.
For aid workers, a Slow Wave session can give them the reset and restoration they need to keep doing their important work and prevent burnout.