Healing Workshop

Yoga Workshop

Yoga is a method to integrates breath, movement, gaze and posture to open up the experience of the body, and to encourage the currents of our creativity to flow.  Though it can be demanding, Yoga workshop can be practiced by nearly anyone.  There are no requirements but a love of inquiry and experimentation, tempered with an openness to the unfamiliar, and a readiness to experience emotional release while working with the challenges of an unusual contemplative form.  Immersion in the practice can have a profound impact.  Those who practice assiduously can find themselves transcending rigid tendencies of mind, dispelling essentialist projections, and rediscovering traces of the sublime in everyday life.



Singing Bowl Workshop
Singing Bowl is heavenly and soulfull. There is nothing like it to instantly quiet the mind and bring about the primal silence of peace. Naturally uplifting, the bowls are used for healing and to tune us up to our natural state of peace, love, joy, and freedom. The bowls are associated with the Chakra system of the human body, and correspondingly to the musical scale.

Cultures throughout the world and throughout time have used music and sound for healing, meditation, and for connection to the divine. Himalayan bowls are used for regular spiritual practice, and in more ancient times inner balance was sought through the use of sound from Europe to Australia, from China to early America. For centuries alignment to spirit has been accomplished through vibrational sound instruments such as drums, rattles, sticks, and cymbals.

Experience the magic for yourself and try your own special bowl!




Meditation Workshop

Meditation is the art of looking inside and discovering one’s own inner being. Meditation leads us not only to totally new inner experiences, but helps us also to transform our day-to-day life into a better, more meaningful and more fulfilling existence. Meditation is our attempt to discover our inner self, a place beyond the usual workings of the intellectual mind. When we experience real meditation we become aware of the infinite within and our own unexpected wealth of divine qualities like peace and inner joy.

“No matter which path you follow for meditation, the first and foremost task is to try to make the mind calm and quiet. If the mind is constantly roaming, if it is all the time a victim of merciless thoughts, then you will make no progress whatsoever. The mind has to be made calm and quiet so that when the light descends from above, you can be fully conscious of it. In your conscious observation and conscious acceptance of light, you will enter into a profound meditation and see the purification, transformation and illumination of your life.”