In today’s fast-paced world, finding moments of stillness and relaxation can be a challenge. However, practicing yin yoga can provide the much-needed breathing space to […]
In our busy and demanding world, it is sometimes difficult to take the time to relax and recover. Fortunately, there are several methods that can help create inner peace. And promoting physical, mental and emotional well-being. In this blog we will talk about the power of Yin Yoga, Rolfing and Breathwork. And how they can work together to achieve deep relaxation and healing.
Autumn is a season of change and transformation. As the leaves fall from the trees and temperatures cool, we feel a shift in energy. According to the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), autumn is associated with the lungs and meridian. In this blog, I want to focus on the lung meridian and discover how we can support it during the fall.
One of the most influental breathing exercises I’ve experienced an work with is Tantric Breathing. Tantric breathwork supports women to connect with your feminine essence. It goes deep in their pelvic floor. Releasing emotions form the womb, hips and groins. It is super healing how deep this goes. Tantric breathing brings you back at your root and learns you to appreciate who you truly are.
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The full moon is in Leo on February 5. Time to follow your heart and also a good moment to reflect on the successes you have achieved in this lunar cycle. By standing still in gratitude, you will experience more and more appreciation in life. Full moon is a perfect time for this. At the same time you can also feel in silence with yourself what you want to let go of. What no longer resonates? What have you successfully completed? Take the space to reflect on this.
Chinese medicine works according to the cycle of the natural elements. The elements wood, fire, earth, metal and water are central to the seasons in the year. Each of them affects our organs, emotions and patterns. When the fall starts, we flow into the metal element. The season of letting go. In this blog, you can read more about the metal season and how you can transition with balance in this element.
The vagus nerve is the largest nerve in the body. Also called the 10th cranial nerve. This helps the body understand when it is safe to put your body and nervous system into resting mode. Breathing exercises can help stimulate the vagus nerve. This puts your body in rest mode. In this blog, you will read more about a breathing exercise that stimulates the vagus nerve.