Regulating Your Nervous System | Season 4: Episode 4


Regulating Your Nervous System with Kristen Curtis

We’ve said it many times before, and will say it again: motherhood is hard. The pace and demands of motherhood are hard on our physical bodies, our mental health, and our nervous systems. Chances are, you are putting your family’s health before your own, so today we are asking you to take just 30 minutes to pause and consider your own health while we learn from today’s guest. Kristen Curtis is here to teach us how we can care for ourselves by regulating our nervous system.

About Our Guest 

KRISTEN CURTIS is an EFT Practitioner and Akashic Records Reader who specializes in working with the perinatal community to help new mothers thrive in the transition into motherhood through nervous system regulation and expanding their capacity to hold all emotions that come with being a new mum. She also teaches children to hold and process big emotions that come with growing up so they feel more empowered and self-confident in any situation. Kristen lives in Methuen Massachusetts and is a mom of three boys. 
Kristen’s Services include:
  • 1:1 sessions for mothers including functional tapping/trauma processing
  • 1:1 sessions for children for functional tapping 
  • Family tapping to support and learn this tool together
  • Workshops/Collaborations to help introduce your community to tapping

How to Keep in Touch 

Email Kristen

Follow Kristen on Instagram

About Our Sponsor

Boston Ballet School (BBS), founded in 1963, is housed in two convenient state-of-the art locations. The Boston studio, located in the historic South End of Boston, is also the headquarters of the Boston Ballet Company. The Newton studio, located 10 minutes outside of Boston, is Universal Design for Learning compliant. The incremental curriculum for students ages 16 months through adult begins in the Children’s Program introducing students to the educational journey of dance training. Progressing into our Classical Ballet Program, students learn and grow in a professional ballet setting surrounded by world-class faculty and artists. BBS also offers Adaptive Dance classes designed to meet the needs of all abilities and an Adult Dance Program for continuing education.

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Links We Mentioned (Or Should Have…)

My Social Anxiety, and How I Gifted It to My Son

Parenting as a Highly Sensitive Person


Shannon Gibson
Shannon started following Boston Moms on social media before she even lived in the Boston area! She credits her passion for the brand to the way it served her personally before she ever contributed to it. Though Shannon moved to Boston to support her husband’s career, Boston Moms was the unexpected gift and opportunity she had no idea was waiting for her. Shannon is mom to Elizabeth (2016) and Anderson (2018). She has been married to her husband, Benjamin, since 2012. Benjamin is a filmmaker and owner of Boston production company Magnus Films. In her free time, Shannon enjoys going to the beach, browsing antique stores, hiking with her family, traveling, reading, and watching movies with her husband.