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My range of classes and workshops includes the following:
Nutrition and Digestion
Meet Your Spirit Guide
Skydancing (Freedom Dance)
Eastern philosophy: Buddhist, Tantra and Taoism
With its emphasis on breathing, energizing and balancing the mind, body and spirit, Qi Gong cultivates the mind-body connection and goes beyond physical performance of movements. These forms of Chinese exercise use slow movement, or even static movement, as well as meditation. All these techniques calm the nerves and balance internal energy. Studies have shown that regular practice can slow down the ageing process and promote improved immune function and enhance the internal function of the body. Qi Gong practice promotes stress reduction, increased vitality, self awareness and healing.
A practice of silent mindfulness brings moment-to-moment awareness, inner peace and insight to your heart. Different techniques are taught and practiced to expand the ability to release unwanted thoughts and stresses, and tune in to the present moment.
There are many approaches to movement meditation. Particularly popular amongst monks is walking meditation. This is a valuable resource, as most people become restless if sitting for long periods. Walking also promotes circulation of energy and clears restless or stuck energy from the body. It is helpful to incorporate some movement to one’s stillness practice.
Sky Dance (Freedom Dance):
A free-form movement practice loosely based on the Five Rhythms: Flow, Staccato, Chaos, Lyrical and Stillness, it is an active meditation following the Sufi tradition. Described as both liberating and cathartic, Sky Dance is a form of ecstatic dance and a powerful shamanic tantric practice in which we use breath, movement and sound to move stagnant energy from our emotional, mental and etheric body.
Explore the healing power of creative improvisational dance. No steps to learn; no special performance or fitness level required. All you need is a willingness to explore personal self-expression through music.
“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” ~ Henry Miller.