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Kundalini is a Raj yoga. Linking breath to sound through postures and movements is a central aspect of Kundalini Yoga. Kundalini Yoga is based on kriyas (specially formulated sets of exercises) which allows you to target specific benefits and work on those specific aspects of yourself - body parts/systems/functions, mental, emotional aspects - and active meditations using muddras, body locks and sound.
As a consequence it increases oxygen capacity, boosts blood flow, balances the Glandular System, strengthens the Nervous System, and reduces stress-induced toxins such as Adrenaline and Cortisol. The effect is a heightened self-awareness and vitality that allows you to harness mental and emotional energy. Individuals feel more in control of themselves, with enhanced peace of mind, concentration, and a deep inner calm and self-confidence.
No matter what someone’s age or physical capacity is, Kundalini yoga and meditation can have immediate benefits. Any amount of time spent practicing – whether three minutes or an hour a day – produces significant effects, and in return, motivates individuals to dedicate more time to its’ practice.
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BodyTalk is an alternate healthcare system that utilizes the best of energy medicine applied in a simple, safe and effective way to optimize the body's internal communications, tapping into the body’s innate capacity to heal itself.
Used as preventive system it helps the body to operate more efficiently and effectively respond to injury and illness. Life challenges affect our body-mind complex at various degrees depending on our level of physical, mental and emotional health. If our stress threshold is too low, even a minor conflict can affect the body internal wiring; on the contrary, if it is too high, you risk the burnout. When a challenge hits you, the shock can make you freeze and your brain won’t be able to give orders adequately.
BodyTalk helps to resolve any type of conflict (physical, mental, emotional). It taps on the body’s innate system to identify what is wrong and then support its healing process.