hahnemann healing (people & horses) | meditation | yoga | unchoreographed dance
yoga – in nature sessions | at home sessions | corporate sessions | special occasions | groups
1 hour hahnemann healing session (person):- Investment A$95 1st session
Subsequent sessions:- Investment A$80
Hahnemann healing session (horse):- Investment A$90
1 hour private yoga/ meditation:- Investment A$100
Please make enquiries for group/ corporate/ special occasion yoga sessions.
Studio yoga schedule:
HotHut Yoga, Red Hill: Tuesday @ 8am & 9:30am; Thursday @ 6:30am & 9:30am (www.hothutyoga.com.au)
Sorrento Recreation Gym, Sorrento: Thursday @ 6:30pm; & Saturday @ 4pm
Meditation is a contemplation, where we go inwards to become one with the object we are meditating with. We remain awake, and we are in a seated still position using ujayaii breath. It is a way for us to observe our mind and to engage in self enquiry. Our one point of focus might be our breath, a bodily sensation, an emotion we are experiencing, or a question we may like an answer to. When our mind wanders, we bring it back to this one point of focus. Eventually it goes from a technique to a way of living. It can be practiced in complete silence or done as a guided meditation, with only the guide speaking. Meditation gives us the opportunity to see that we are not our thoughts, and to not be identified with our thoughts. Meditation has many benefits including reducing stress, lowering blood pressure, decreasing heart rate, strengthening the immune system, and increasing focus and concentration.
Yoga cultivates health and wellbeing (on a physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual level) through the practice of a range of techniques, including postures and movement, breath awareness and breathing exercises, relaxation and concentration, self-inquiry and meditation. It is designed to open up energy channels in the body, so we can rediscover our realm of pure potential. Yoga has many benefits including improving posture; developing correct breathing techniques to improve our state of mind and to reduce stress, anxiety, panic attacks and depression; releasing muscular tension; developing core strength; improving flexibility, balance, energy, creativity, concentration and focus; and reversing ageing markers.
Yoga nidra is a ‘yogic sleep’, and it may be incorporated into a yoga practice. It is more restorative and rejuvenating than sleep. The nidra is practiced with the body lying down in savasana, with the eyes closed in a deep state of relaxation, whilst still maintaining full consciousness and awareness. Whilst the body is resting and calming the nervous system, the mind remains awake listening to the practioner’s instructions. Focus on breath is important, and the person practicing the yoga nidra is called upon to set an intention according to their own wish, which needs to be clear and in the positive. Awareness is then called upon to imagine what this intention would feel like, visualise it happening, and how your life would change if it had occurred.
Dance. Dance to awaken. Dance to meditate. Dance to find expression. Dance to create. Dance to connect. Dance to remember. Dance to surrender. Dance to heal. Dance to open. Dance to be raw. Dance to trust. Dance to express. Dance to be real. Dance to come home. Dance to live. Dance to love.
Meet the moment in your life when you can not not dance.
Awaken. Unchoreographed. Meet the moment…to journey through the dance of life.
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