Benefits of Chanting Mantra
Soothes all our bodily systems
Reorganizes the nervous system and psyche
Activates the body's natural healing process.
Helps facilitate movement and flow of the body during exercise.
Helps block the release of stress hormones and increases immune function.
Promotes a sense of well-being and helps us bond better with people around us.
Brings about a transformation that leads us closer to the Divine.
Ceremony engulfs potency at a transition point and in some way a direction of change is called in. You are invited to share ceremony with Selina Stewart and Kate Christensen. This is a gathering for initiation and integration towards specific modalities that may nurture and provide nervous system regulation, transformation, self awareness, education, co-regulation and healing.
These offering you will be invited to explore Qi Gong, Fascia release, embodied movement, conscious connected breathwork, fire ceremony and a vegetarian feast.
Gong Sound Immersion
Sound healing is the process in which a practitioner uses all (or specific) aspects of music — including the emotional, psychological, spiritual, physical, social, mental, and superficial — to improve the health of their patient. Sound healing therapy improves many facets of the patient’s life, including emotional and social development, cognitive and motor functioning, and psychological and psychiatric health. Healing with sounds happens by produced vibrational sound waves that are said to induce positive brainwaves and alter our mood.
Healing with sound can improve:
- Psychological/Psychiatric, behavioural disorders including autism, depression, learning disabilities and developmental troubles
- Anxiety disorder
- Mood swings, or negative emotions, such as sadness, aggravation, anger, self-pity, and heartbreak.
It can also bring about:
- Clarity and balance
- Improved memory and concentration
- Improved sleep (both in quality and quantity)
- A stronger immune system
- Improved creativity
- Heightened awareness, both of the self and the environment
Luxuriate your whole being in a 4hr Yin Infusion. Kate Christensen and Selina Stewart have designed an escape filled with potent offerings that harmonise with the season, elements and energies that are finding their rhythms and transitions at this time. A closing of Autumn & an entering of Winter facilitates new patterns of moving slowly in nature and in our physical bodies and energy body. Learn to listen for what is calling you whilst your more subtle needs are met willingly, curiously and safely. At this darkest time the heart & kidney pathways will be stimulated and small intestine & urinary bladder as the most important structures are left behind. You will be leaving the body completely replenished and well equipped for change ahead. Light supper provided.
What is Yin Yoga - Yin Yoga is deeply rooted in TCM aspects and a somatic approach to dive inward more passively and connect to the subtle body. This always begins with gentleness, so the individual feels safe to explore arising emotions, feelings and thoughts that may be uncomfortable at times to sit with.
The Yin Yoga practice is reflecting the statement that less is more and is scientifically proven as a form of therapy for trauma, stress, and rehabilitation. So the aim is to allow the participant to be guided or invited into postures that best suit their body shape, with the support of some or many props. This helps the individual feel a sense of comfort and rest while meeting themselves with where they are at in the moment. Our body has an opportunity to heal when it returns to wholeness.
This stasis is our natural state of being, but through life experiences and circumstances we become fragmented which can close off parts of ourselves, that at the time, may have served us to survive or protect ourselves or to keep us safe in some particular way. This practice helps us to assist these aspects of ourselves in being heard and feeling held and see ourselves from a different perspective.
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