Kashmiric Dance Massage workshop
Like from all my invitations, especially from this one you may already learn something very useful.
Breath in and out. In and out. Become aware of your breath. How it passes through nostrils, how is filling up your lungs, chest, belly, even ho it reaches your toes and top of your head. Notice how with awareness to your breath You become very calm but energised and more alive at the same time .
Notice how by observing your breath, You entered the bridge to here and now. By being focus on your breath you created the inner space of awareness what is leaving behind all your thoughts, all your worries, fears…
Now become aware of the movement created by your breath. Your chest, your belly is expanding. Observe that movement for a while then begin to follow the breath with your body. Extend that movement. Let your spine bend following the belly. Let your pelvic tilt. Then slowly gradually involve the rest of your body: the neck, shoulders, knees, elbows…
Now You begin the dance of your breath. There could be music in the background but this time you dance to your breath. Let Your body follow the breath. Do all the movements what would come without thinking. Breath in. Breath out.
Then after that preparation we would go for Kashmiric dance massage what would also follow your breath with deep, floating, intuitive movement. Long, energetic and fluent strokes coming from the breath would bring us in very meditative but dynamic atmosphere, where receiver would surrender in to the moment and to the love itself.
It will make You feel safe in the ultimate dimension. It will bring You closer to yourself in deep connection.
Tuesday 20.5.14 20.30 ~ 23.30
Tuesday's 20.30 ~ 23.30 for couples or people who are willing to exercise together ( 20.5, 27.5, 3.6,17.6,24.6,1.7, 8.7 )
WG–terrein, Ketelhuisplein 41 Amsterdam
45 Euro per person, 85 per couple for single workshop and only 170 for whole course for one person
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