New Oxytocin Seminar – a physiological and social perspective


Oxytocin – a physiological and social perspective of the “Love Hormone”

By Dr Adriana Candeias

Saturday, December 13th 2014, 10:30am – 5:00pm

Diorama Art Studios, 201 Drummond St, London NW1 3FE, UK

“a course for therapists, coaches, entrepreneurs and anyone interested in making this world a better place”

The importance of oxytocin in pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding is well known.  The latest research developments have now identified the massive role of this hormone in adult relationships and its long-term effects in individual health. At the centre of many neurological/endocrine functions, beyond the adrenaline-cortisol dynamics, oxytocin obliges a new look into therapeutics, communication and social awareness.

In this intense and fun seminar we will be looking at the relationship between the endocrine system, immunity and mental/emotional patters, discussing the importance of oxytocin and its pairs in nutrition, skin conditions, drug addiction, sexuality, fertility and trauma.

We will discuss the importance of these new revelations in client management, business and public health and we will reflect on the future of a society where this basic connecting hormone is promoted, … or not.

This seminar covers the most fundamental essence of our wellbeing and it is directed at practitioners of all disciplines, including counselling, nutrition, massage and yoga, life coaching, sexual therapy, human resources, business and product development, and anyone interested in relationships with the self, the others and the world around us. It will also focus in recovery from trauma and preventing long term effects of stress. 

There will be enough time assigned for questions and answers and Adriana will coach you in applying tools at work and in your personal life where the Oxytocin factor may be enhanced.  

Places to this working group are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.

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phone: 07973 785 901



There are kitchen and lounge facilities at the venue.  You may bring your lunch. Various cafes, restaurants and supermarkets are available close by the venue.