The Body warm up
Here we invite you to Step into the ‘sacred space’. Using breath and movement we work from the soles of our feet to the crown of our head reconnecting with each body part. Grounding us in our bodies and facilitating in the first phase of ‘letting go’ so that we can surrender more fully to the present moment and reconnect to the rhythms of our breath, body and the earth.
Shaking wakes and energises every cell of our body. Releasing tensions and blocked energy we are able to move deeper inside ourselves. This stage raises the energy in preparation to step into the trance dance itself. We encourage a circular breathing technique to further aid in letting go of any resistance that might inhibit us.
The Trance Dance
With the eyes closed we use a simple breathing technique called the breath of fire. This aims to energise the body and move us beyond the thinking mind taking us into an altered state of consciousness. Waiting for the rhythm of the music to move us in our soul we are soon taken on a journey to surf our inner world of thoughts feelings and emotions. Encouraged to be present with whatever comes up for us, we use the dancing as a way of self-expression to release, heal and connect with ourselves more deeply. Dissolving stuck energy and blocks by moving the body whatever way comes naturally, there are no steps to learn just feeling your own souls dance.
Relaxation-‘The let go’
Here we drop to the floor, fully supported by the ground beneath us our body now comes to rest, breath returning to a steady pace we fall into a state of deep relaxation and awareness. In Sanskrit this ultimate awareness and silence is called dhyana...
‘Dhyana means a state of being where there is no thought, no object, no dream, no desire, nothing just emptiness. In that emptiness you come to know your self. You discover the truth. You discover your subjectivity.
It is perfect silence’ OSHO
This is an important part before leaving as we can journey quite deep into our inner realms during the session. We are guided on a visualisation to ground us so we can enter back into ‘this world’ and leave more integrated.