Deep Healing (Kyoto, Japan)
21 March @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm JST¥6,000
Spend the powerfully potent day of the Vernal Equinox deeply revitalizing your entire energetic system of body, mind and emotions through a triad of healing practices.
Qi Flow Yoga – Settle and comfortably rest in your BODY.
After a brief introduction from Mark and Haruko, you will begin this sequence of practice with movement incorporating both Yogasana and Qi Gong postures. The sequence taught will enable you to create deep release of muscular and fascial tension. In addition, the movements will clear any stagnancy in the Organs and the subtle body channels.
Singing Bowl Sound Bath – Quiet and become still in your MIND.
The singing bowl was originally a Buddhist instrument used by ordinary Tibetan priests for ceremonies. The striking of the bowl in certain ways produces harmonics that increase the EEG waves and the θ waves in the brain. These waves lead the mind into a deeply relaxing meditative state. The vibrations from the bowls also improve blood circulation, which leaves the body in a more refreshed state. Quiet and become still in your MIND.
Yoga Nidra – Dive deep and expand into the vast wholeness of your SELF.
A guided meditation to invite your awareness into deeper parts of your consciousness. This facilitates healing from inside, out. This healing takes the form of lessening emotional blockages and stilling the mind so awareness may settle deeply into the vast space of what is called the True Self.
>>> Your Guides <<<
Mark Shveima will be your guide for the Qi Flow Yoga and Yoga Nidra portions of the Deep Healing sequence. Mark’s recent dive into the study and practice of Qi Gong has yielded new avenues of practice and healing for him that he will be offering in this session. He began teaching Yoga Nidra soon after he discovered it in 2007 via Richard Miller’s work.
The first time Haruko Inoue was introduced to the power of healing through Singing Bowl Sound Bath, she was so deeply transformed by the experience that she took up the study and practice of this ancient healing art. Recently she has begun to offer it as an intrinsic part of her teaching of Yoga.