Healing yoga is a series of practices synthesized from Tibetan Yoga, Chinese Qi Gong, Hatha Yoga, Tibetan medicine and Ayurveda. The practice is simple and easy to learn, anyone regardless of age and experience can benefit by following this method.
The word "healing" means different things to different people. For some it might be helping heal a body injury or illness, for others it could be balancing an emotional or mental problem. To call a system of yoga "healing yoga" means that our body, emotions and mind must be included and integrated into the practices to address the essential point of healing. Essentially healing yoga works more on the energetic level so it is more subtle. To access healing we need to work with the pranic energies (life energy) in the body in relation to our life in the external world. If we can facilitate the harmonious flow of energy in our body, we start to heal physical, emotional and mental disturbances and find a meaningful and creative outer and inner life.
Four weekends of Sahaja Healing Yoga with Sahaj using guided processes and meditations to free the mind, release tensions and heal the body, unblock stuck energy and emotions, explore sacred sexuality and awaken the spirit.
Lu Jong Tibetan Yoga is a practice for health and happiness: effective, playful, gentle and powerful at the same time. Lu means “body” and Jong means “training” or “transformation”. We use our body as a vehicle for inner transformation, a key to reveal our hidden potential.
Evidence-Based Practice, in group settings, meeting every Wednesday afternoon.
Trauma-Sensitive Yoga provides a safe place where people can begin to connect with their bodies, and their breath, in relation to the trauma.
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