In this two-day workshop we will travel into the concept of “Peace”. We explore how peace can manifest through movement, sound, silence and meditation, not only within us but also how we can share it with the world around us. Indian instruments will accompany the days, so whether we are moving through lovely yoga flows, melting into the relaxing poses of yin yoga, disappearing into yoga nidra, chanting, singing kirtan or meditating, the sound of the instruments will be a central element.
Yoga, Cocoa Ceremony & Chanting
Besides from a range of different types yoga, meditation and sound based practices we’ll invite you to join our cacao ceremony to really open your heart and from there let yourself sink into an even deeper practice.
Further more you’ll be introduced to Sanskrit, how to pronounce the mantras to make the practice even more profound. Through using our voices we create vibrations in the body and thereby experience their transformative potentials. And more theoretically we’ll talk about how the mantras can help you in your everyday life. How they have the potential to change some of you more negative patterns of thoughts and help you to move towards liberation from the stream of thoughts that limits our perception of the reality.
If you have any questions don’t hesitate to write us an e-mail: email@example.com
Date & Time: 29. - 30. July. Both days 13.00 – 19.00.
Price: Both days 750 kr. (One day 400 kr. - if you only plan to attend one day - please write jannie an e-mail saying if you are coming saturday or sunday)
Juan has worked many ears as a musician with shamans in Venezuela where he first got inspired to explore the intimate relationship between sound and our emotional body. 8 years ago he felt in love with the Indian Bambuu flute – the Bansuri, and went to India to study with Bansuri Master Hariprasad Chaurasia. He has explored the mysteries of the ancient Indian scales and held many Bansuri concerts and yoga activities around the world. Juan is also certificated yoga teacher.
Lea works with Juan facilitation workshops and yoga activities where music, singing and explorative movement is the focus. She’s passionate about Bhakti yoga practices and instrumental meditative music, playing the African harp (Kora). Lea has been practicing yoga over s decade and has experimented with various yoga styles, but today she has a special love for restorative āsana practice, where we have the time to feel and explore the inner landscape of the poses.
Jannie recently returned from India where she finished her 200-hour Heart of Sound teacher training (nada yoga, bhakti yoga and kirtan). She’s been working in debt with the use of mantras, Sanskrit, kirtan and the use of the voice as an important tool in our spiritual practice. Besides her fascination of sound she’s certificated āsana teacher and have been teaching full time the last year. She wishes to broaden the general understanding of yoga and give people an experience of the transformational power of sound.