Complementary and exclusive techniques adapted to your state of health and personal situation.
When these ancient techniques are appropriately combined you find a sense of life and become happier, experiencing healthier relationships, feeling love and inner peace. You are able to take right decisions based on your intuition.
An individual written protocol will be submitted as to know the state of health, likes and more appropriate tendencies to apply.
This protocol will approximately take 15 min and the price is included in the first consultation.
Depending on the needs and interests of the person, yoga exercises can be practiced. These exercises would combine several ancient yoga styles, i.e. Kundalini Yoga, Hatha, Egyptian and Tibetan Yoga.
Each session is individual and different, and the combination and style of the exercises to apply will depend on the person´s state of mind on the session day, as well as their physical state.
In case the person prefers not to practice yoga exercises, guided meditations will be done in order to achieve a deep relaxation, wrong subconscious patterns are modified, and positive statements become integrated at inner conscience level. In this way, stress and traumas disappear, and addictive behaviors are modified. The person will be happier and will notice clear changes in life and environment.
All methods are applied during a session taking into account the patient´s needs. There is a deep work done in every session and that is the reason why happiness, peace and harmony are felt from the first moment.
The word yoga comes from the word yoke, meaning to join or unite. Yoga is the union of individual consciousness with infinite consciouseness. The definition of a yogi is someone who has based himself completely on the Supreme Consciousness, until his individual being has fused with the Infinite Being.
Your possibilities are to be found with your realities on the boundaries of consciousness. Yoga explores yours dimensions, depth, nature and potential as human being. In our lives today, each person must understand deeply why he is a human being and what it means to be a human being.
Knowledge becomes wisdom when you experience it with your own heart and being, when it becomes part of your personal experience. The acquisition of wisdom depends on your own practice and discipline.
Human beings are formed of three structures: body, mind and spirit.
The body is the vehicle for travelling through this life. It is a very well designed and structured system. All the bodily systems (circulatory, respiratory, glandular, etc.) combine and enlace with a structure of flesh and bone to constitute the physical system.
The physical body is a functional system. It receives, processes and performs tasks. It requires regular cleaning, care and tuning. The correct functioning of the physical body affects the rest of your capacity and experience .
The mind guides your actions and emotions. Thought is the creator and as you think, so you are. All experience is filtered through the creativity and capacity of the mind. All that you receive and have is due to the effect of your mind. We must ask ourselves: What is the objective of my life? Why am I here? Without these questions, you will never experience life.
When you become an individual conscious of your Superior Being, you have the power of mental infinity.
The soul and the spirit. No life can exist without a relationship with the spirit within it. In yoga, we call this Cosmic Energy. We must syntonize with this Energy and understand our relationship with it and undertake our purpose in life. You will be happy and you will be grateful for all that happens, as everything is an experience which will help you to evolve in this life.
When you experience the spirit within you and discover its origin, you will be happy. You form part of the Infinite and you always lean on that power. Spiritual awakening begins with individual consciousness and advances towards group consciousness (where are you more concerned with others than with yourself), and then you advance to Universal Consciousness.
This liberates the individual and satisfies spiritual longing.
Yoga has its origins in human experience. These techniques for living a healthy, happy and spiritually conscious life have been developed over thousands of years and through many civilisations. It is said that the first kinds of such exercises have been practiced since over 40,000 years ago, and that even in that epoch forms of yoga and meditation existed. It appears that there are records of such information in the oldest scrolls of Tibet.
Yoga consisted in the beginning of different activities and attitudes aimed at balancing the energies of the individual. All forms of yoga concentrate on stimulating and regulating human energy, which is the very essence of consciousness.
Kundalini means consciousness. This energy is within you, waiting for you to awaken it. Kundalini Yoga is the technology for awakening that consciousness and taking you towards your Superior Being. The infinite is your identity and your basic origin. Obstacles to that spiritual growth exist, and these are your adherence to what you know and your fear of the Supreme Being.
It comprises 5 simple, yet dynamic yogic exercises called the Five Tibetan Rites, meditation, pranayam and positive thinking.
The Five Tibetan Rites comprise a yogic routine based on a ritual of exercises done by the Tibetan Lamas, which helped them to be long-lived and healthy people as well as to stay young. (These Rites were developed over centuries in the monasteries of Tibet. In 1930 a retired British army officer, who learnt the Rites from the Lamas, brought them to the West). They are now practiced all around the world and are said to prevent aging. The entire routine can be completed in less than 20 minutes. An important part of the Tibetan exercises is a conscious synchronization of breathing while performing physical activity.
The Rites balance the 7 chakras & regulate hormonal output. They have effect in our digestive system, cardio vascular system, nervous system and respiratory system.
These low profile yogic secrets of the Lamas will unearth all your energies and an awesome power which was dormant inside you, aligning it with the cosmic energy to give you the best of both mind & body.
Khane wrote several books about “Egyptian yoga”. In those books he claimed that some hatha-yoga asanas were practiced in ancient Egypt. In addition, Khane claims that other poses represented in Egyptian temples and graves had similar effects to the Indian one and could be considered as yogic postures. As Khane mentions himself, some “Egyptian” postures had been taught in the past by Hanish (Mazdanan, 1932), and A. de Sambucy, who wrote in the sixties the book Le Yoga irano-égyptien. Khane built a complete pedagogic system based on the Egyptian bas-reliefs and paintings, and studied the similarities between some Egyptian words or Pharaonic symbols, and Indian yogic concepts. He proposed to see in Pharaoh a model of human realization.
The assertion made by Khane in many of his books, lectures, interviews and articles is that signs of the existence of yoga are simultaneous in India and Egypt, and that both traditions are very close, but parallel. For Khane, yoga is a universal legacy kept in life and passed down to humanity through generations by India, despite the fact that it is possible to find numerous traces of yoga in Ancient Egypt and perhaps in a few Judaeo-Christian or Islamic practices. For him the practice of yoga in Egypt is relevant due to the fact that a link exists between several spiritual traditions and a factor of unity for humanity.
Hatha yoga is a type of yoga known for the practice of asanas or body postures which add firmness and elasticity to muscles. Hatha yoga was created in the 15th or 16th centuries by the yogi Suatmarama, based on tantrico agamas, unlike raya-yoga (which is based on the Upanishad).
Hatha yoga is one of the most extended yoga methods in the world.
Ho´oponopono was normally practiced by native Hawaiians, the first to live in Hawaii. Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona (19 May 1913 – 11 February 1992) brought these teachings to us adapting them to modern times.
Similar forgiveness practices can be found in the Oceanic islands of Samoa, Tahiti and New Zealand. Traditionally, ho´oponopono has been practiced by healing priests o “kahuna au” within the family members of a person who is physically sick. Modern versions of this healing are now-a-days practiced by the oldest member of a family, or by the sick individual himself.
Healing dance is a therapeutic technique which leads to express and expand human being inner creativity. It provides the individual with the balance needed both in life and dancing.
Healing dance allows the expansion of cognitive and expression capabilities, to develop social values linking us to others as unique beings which are connected to the environment we live in. This dance helps us discover our innate capabilities to sounds, music, dancing, to the interpreting of harmonic sounds and exercises improving quality of life and conveying a state of continuous happiness to practitioners.
In the practice of this technique senses are not involved. Only a connection with your soul will move your arms, your legs and the rest of your body. It will give you the balance you need both in life and dancing.
It is a form of meditation of great beauty and has enormous beneficial effects on your mood. It will help you flow with the universe through a series of harmonic motions leaving aside rigidity in your mind.
Your thoughts and doubts will be stopped and you will enter in a state of complete happiness.
Close your eyes and experience the feeling of freedom through these movements.
It is a moving meditation with great benefits for your physical, mental and spiritual states, with the same benefits as conventional meditation.
Healing dance is done with mantras (ancient music language from India which works on the subconscious to get rid of what no longer serves or causes pain to our spiritual ascent and the long-awaited happiness.) It is an alchemical process.
Before practicing healing dance, a warm-up or some yoga series of exercises are recommended.
This healing technique comprises slow movements where emotions flow, and stress and depression disappear. It heals the waste stored in our subconscious and also releases any disease.
There are no rules on how you move your body, just listen to the music and let yourself flow with it. Join the sound and let yourself move freely. Just move and everything will spontaneously flow.
Meditation is the process of controlling and transcending the waves of the mind, allowing the radiant flux from the soul.
Meditation is recommended to everyone. It uses the inherent self, mind and body. Through the use of sophisticated patterns, meditation creates a communication between you and your mind, and between your mind and your body.
Mantra meditations work on the upper palate of the mouth, which controls the autonomic system and the impulses of the primitive brain and limbic system.
Meditation develops the Neutral Mind (meditation).
We take a finite collection of infinite reality, connecting with the clarity of the soul.
It promotes a sense of wellbeing, inner peace, stability and calm.
And develops intuition or capacity for understanding.
It frees unconscious reactions, habits and fears, and blocks subconscious. It creates a spontaneous link and intuitive self-consciousness.
It promotes expertise in transforming emotion into devotion.
It promotes the ability to focus energy, enhancing effectiveness and efficiency.
It promotes clarity of mind, mental awareness and presence.
It resolves core issues of stress-producing patterns.
It develops the frontal lobe, which controls personality.