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Osho says, Begin with the Body. The body is here and now, completely in the present. An opportunity to use the body as a door to meditation, understanding its innate intelligence, its patterns – both collective and individual – and its own special consciousness.

Ayurvedic Therapeutic Massage

Ayurvedic Yoga Massage.
Ayur means -life- and Veda means -science- - a science of life, an art of harmonizing body, mind and spirit. Ayurvedic massage is a stimulating deep tissue massage using strokes with hands and feet, and using special oil and powder to release tensions from muscles and joints. Yoga-based stretches open the body and allow -prana-, the vital energy, to flow more freely.
It is a most effective way to release blocks, relax muscles and align the body. It can bring back the body's fluidity and vitality, relieve chronic tension, improve blood- and lymphatic circulation and bring awareness to old habits and holding patterns in the body. It reduces stress and relaxes the mind.

  • Apr 20, 2014 ~ Atharva
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Craniosacral Biodynamics

Craniosacral Biodynamics is a bodywork session that supports the return of the body to it’s natural state of balance and grace using the inherent life forces of the body.
By connecting with the cranial sacral system the facilitator is able to connect with our natural, inner rhythmic, tide like motions, which are integral to the expression of health in the system. In so doing, the human organism as a whole is invited to a place of deep relaxation and healing.

  • Apr 20, 2014 ~ Sheelu
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Deep Tissue Therapeutic Massage

The deep touch and strokes in this session release tensions held in our tissue and joints.

  • Apr 20, 2014 ~ Atharva
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Japanese Therapeutic Facial Massage

This Japanese facial massage combines traditional East Asian medical concepts with massage techniques. It helps release the energy and stress locked in the facial, head and neck muscles.
We can rejuvenate the facial tissue and reduce the impact of the aging process. This is done by stimulating the nervous system and blood circulation, improving lymphatic flow, strengthening and toning the muscles, and energizing and supporting the energy flow in the face.
It creates an improvement in the appearance of the facial tissue, as well as a deep relaxation of the body-mind.
(Not suitable for man with a beard)

  • Apr 20, 2014 ~ Atharva
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Oriental Healing

Using acupuncture, acupressure, soft tissue work and Thermie (heat through incense) we discover and release energy blocks in order to support a deeper state of relaxation and meditation .

  • Apr 20, 2014 ~ Anando
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Therapeutic Massage For Relaxation

Massage for relaxation draws on the skills of several different bodywork techniques to gently undo any tensions in the body. And as a deeper and deeper physical relaxation happens, the experience may take you beyond the body, beyond the mind, beyond the personality.

  • Apr 20, 2014 ~ Atharva
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Traditional Thai Therapeutic Massage

A whole body massage for relaxation to relieve muscular fatigue and pain, reducing tension and headache, regaining muscle and joint mobility.
Thai massage helps not only to stimulate the circulation of blood and lymphatic system, but also to improve the body immunity for anti-aging and longevity.

  • Apr 20, 2014 ~ Atharva
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Feldenkrais - Movement Integration

Gentle, friendly and yet deep, this hands-on individual session brings movement to all joints of the body, promoting awareness and a state of deep relaxation.
It restores the organic and natural movements of the body, and you learn how to move with less effort and more efficiency.

Some of the many benefits of the Feldenkrais Method are:
-Relief of pain and stress
-Improvement of flexibility and breathing
-A sense of lightness and wellbeing
-Awareness through movement

  • Apr 21, 2014 ~ Dhyanesh
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Body Balance, Breath and Energy

Using unique combinations of Zen breathing and energy movements, we will experience the sense of harmony that flows naturally from a balanced body.

  • Jul 11, 2014 ~ Soo Hee
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A Day for the Body

Your body is a doorway between what is happening around you and within. Using body awareness techniques you can remind yourself how you are connected to both the inner and the outer.

  • Jul 19, 2014 ~ Soo Hee