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Each session is independent so one can book for single sessions, however all sessions are interdependent: so if you attend more than one you will be able to make connections and build upon what you have learnt!
£70 two people (£35 each)
Sunday 15th March: Thai Yoga Massage Chakra Journey #3 Visuddha, Ajna & Sahasrara
The meaning of Chakra is wheel. The Chakras are spinning wheels of energy located at vital centres along the spine. They pick up vibrations and distribute them throughout our body through the Nadis (Sen in Thai Massage, Meridians in Chinese medicine…)
Each chakra is associated with particular functions within the body and with specific life issues and the way we handle them, both inside ourselves and in our interactions with the world. As centers of force, chakras can be thought of as sites where we receive, absorb, and distribute life energies. Through external situations and internal habits, such as long-held physical tension and limiting self-concepts, a chakra can become either deficient or excessive—and therefore imbalanced. (Barbara Kaplan Herring)
Visuddha, Ajna & Sahasrara
Visuddha: Seat of sound. Located at the base of the throat. Blue colour. Associated with healthy communication, self-expression, finding your voice, truth. Ajna: Seat of Light and vision (inner and outer). Indigo colour. Located at the space between the eyebrows in the mid-brain. Associated with knowledge, self-realisation, wisdom, trust. Sahasara: Seat of Knowledge and supreme spirit. Violet colour. Located at the top of the head. Associated with expanded consciousness, wisdom, universal energy, spirituality. Any neck stiffness, shoulder tension & jaw tension prevents us from expressing ourselves and speaking our truth. By releasing these areas the gateway between our body and mind is free. Similarly, by focusing on & connecting our forehead with the rest of the body, we allow for wisdom and knowledge to flourish. Meditation connects us with our higher selves and the universe. Thai Yoga Massage is meditation in movement and a spiritual experience for both the giver and the receiver.
Notes for each session
By the end of the session you will be able to give an easy, effective and wonderful treatment to your friends and family.
You will also get to experience what it feels like to receive this incredible form of bodywork!
~ Everyone is welcome, no previous experience is necessary.
~ To attend this workshop you will need to wear comfortable clothing, such as yoga wear, or loose garments preferably made of thin fabrics with no zips, buttons or belts.
~ Please note that this workshop is for personal awareness only and it’s not intended as a professional qualification. It does not in any way entitle you to work with members of the public.
Danila developed an interest in bodywork in the late 90s when she started practicing Yoga and fell in love with Traditional Thai Massage. After studying in Thailand, she obtained an ITEC Diploma in Anatomy Physiology and Massage and to this day continues to evolve her practice by attending post graduate courses, workshops and getting as many massages as she can to keep her inspiration alive.
Her approach to massage is very holistic and fuses traditional bodywork techniques based on Energy Lines with Western skills and anatomical knowledge. Both systems are essential in achieving unity and optimal health for our bodies and minds; when functioning together, they create a better communication and a healthy range of mobility and structure throughout the body.
Danila is a member of the CThA and holds a Teaching Certificate from the International Thai Massage school (ITM) in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Please note that Rolling membership holders are entitled to 30% off on all workshops!