In this section you can find a series of healing sounds and guided meditations for the 7 main chakras of the body. The chakras are energy centers that play an important role in the balance of our physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health.

 Every  living thing has a life force energy flowing through it's body. The life force energy also called prana or chi, moves inside the body spinning and rotating through these 7 energy centers located along the spine, starting at the base of the spine and moving  all the way to the top of the head.

 On the lower section of the page you can find ecstatic dance  therapy music and other different guided meditations.

 *Please note:

 People with a past history of epilepsy seisurez should NOT use brainwave entrainment.

 Those with heart disorders or taking mood -altering pharmaceutical drugs should consult a doctor before trying.

  As a good practice, please do not listen whilst operating machinery or vehicles or carrying out any responsible duties. Some of the frequencies used may make you feel sleepy.

 

 

Meditation space

Ecstatic dance therapy

Did you know that dancing is not only a fun way of exercising and stretching your body but it can also be healing? Motion and emotion are interconnected, therefore body movement can trigger a release of  suppressed/repressed emotions and trauma stored in our bodies. In multiple cultures, dance has been and still is, seen as a ritualistic healing force.

It helps us remove tension from the body, decrease stress levels, helps with mood management, lower back pain, preventing disease and it is an amazing way for us to express our emotions.

Close your eyes and feel free to express yourself through dancing, go inwards and allow your body to move the way it feels like. There is no right or wrong, just embrace the rhythm and dance like nobody is watching.

*To help with lower back pain focus more on hip movements.

*Warning: This video contains fast flashing images. It may cause discomfort and trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy.