UPCOMING Mini-course online
- An introductory course where you will learn 4 meditative rhythms.
- An introduction in how to use basic drum strokes
- A practice with tempo
- An introduction to easy humming and toning
- How to improvise with vowels and consonants
- Exploration with vowels
- Introduction to breath and sound
- Importance of posture and vocal cords
UPCOMING: IN YOUR ESSENCE series
Find a Deep Rest in Stressful Times: Guided meditations for Deep Relaxation with the SOUNDS OF DRUM, SOOTHING VOICE & CHIMES
Your Inner Calm
Your Deep Presence
A series of sound journeys/ sessions designed to help listeners find a deeper relationship with their bodies. This is a deep relaxation Soma-Yoga-Nidra session designed to take you into a conscious relationship to your body and your mind and with that help you release deep-held tensions in the body. These sessions are particularly suitable for people dealing with tensions, anxiety, and sleeping problems. From the comfort of your home, lying down on the floor in a comfortable position wrapped in a warm blanket, you will receive a guided mindfulness meditation for deep relaxation, accompanied with gentle breath work, humming, and toning to take you deeper into a sound healing experience. Every session is will have another focus for the meditation practice. From then on I will take you on a sound journey creating a sound bath using a gentle soothing voice, shamanic drum, gong, and Koshi chimes. Each session includes guided meditation and a sound healing session and it lasts 1h.
session 1 27th of February Deep Body Presence
session 2 6th of March Your Vital Breathing Body
session 3 13th of March Cellular Rejuvenation
session 4 20th of March Your Inner Calm
session 5 27th of march Your Deep Presence
What is the benefit of Soma Yoga Nidra?
Soma refers to deeply focused bodywork. Nidra is a form of yoga that is focused on deep relaxation. It is also popularly known as yogic sleep. However, the idea is not to fall asleep but to relax into a deeper state of relaxation, allowing the brain waves to slow down from beta brain-waves to alpha and further on to theta and delta.
Why is this important? Our brains mostly operate in high-frequency beta waves that are commonly observed in an awakened state and are associated with stress, anxiety, high energy, and arousal. Most of us spend our time and energy in our overactive thinking minds and with our bodies in flight-fight-freeze mode.
To relax deeply we need to shift our brain waves. Our bodies, brains, and minds need this on a regular basis to stay healthy and in balance. In our western society today we have forgotten the art of relaxation. Most of us do even know how it feels to be deeply relaxed. Practicing Yoga Nidra helps the brain to move to alpha, theta, and delta brain wave state helping to activate the self-healing capacity of the body.
So how does it work?
You need a good internet connection, headphones, few blankets and a few pillows. The event will be on the Facebook in a PRIVATE group. If you like to join me you can add me as a friend
through this link martris
After that I will send you an invitation for a private group through a messenger or a WhatsApp.
I'm very much looking forward to meet you :)